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EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE. 
LIBRARY 



Eastern Nazarene College 

WOLLASTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Volume XXXI 




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IRVING W. LAIRD 

Business Manager 

QUENTIN C. CASWELL 




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DEDICATION 



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FOREWORD 



We have selected the theme "By My Spirit" 
- STAND, SPEAK, SHARE, and SERVE not merely 
as a means for organizing and uniting the material of our 
book but because we feel it portrays the true ideals for 
which E.N.C. stands. 

By the Spirit of the Lord our faculty and 
administration STAND firm down through the years for 
the high standards of a holiness college. 

Today our students SPEAK through their 
Spirit-filled lives to the E.N.C. community. Tomorrow 
they will SPEAK to the far corners of the earth. 

With a Christian Spirit we SHARE in all 
our activities at E.N.C. for every student is given equal 
opportunity to participate. 

We SERVE Him Who by His Spirit calls 
us to fulfill the challenge to STAND before, SPEAK to, 
SHARE with, and SERVE our fellow man. 

"Not by might nor by power 
but BY MY SPIRIT, saith the Lord." 

— Zechariah 4:6 



By My Spirit 

Copyright _1952 Ralph Schurman 



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"But there is a spirit in man: and the inspiration 
of the Almighty giveth him understanding" 



The building of a holiness college is not an easy assignment. There 
are countless problems to be solved, disappointments to be met and frustrations 
to be faced. Many interested and influential friends must be found and educa- 
tional recognition must be sought. It is laborious work to raise the funds neces- 
sary for the erection of buildings and the acquisition of endowment. It is equally 
difficult to secure a strong faculty of well-trained scholars who are consecrated 
to the cause of Christian education. Complete victory in such a venture does not 
come through the successful cultivation of sources of great wealth nor by the 
enlistment of men or intellectual atttainment. It comes only by constant effort 
to ascertain and follow the leadings of the Spirit of God. 

The building of a life is not an easy task. It is to assist in such an 
undertaking that holiness colleges like E.N.C. have come into existence. Fortunate 
indeed, is the young person who is privileged to spend part of his life in this 
environment. He can not only receive the finest type of training in his chosen 
field but can also find a stimulation and a motivation which will enable him to 
outthink and outlive his fellows. He will learn that the "summum bonum" of life 
does not consist in the accumulation of wealth but in the glad giving of oneself to 
a life of service. He will be constantly inspired by the glorious knowledge that 
the highest form of success in life comes "not by might, nor by power, but by 
my Spirit." 

President 



OUR 



PRESIDENT'S 

MESSAGE 




Front Row: J. C. Albright, M. R. Emery, E. S. Mann, O. L. Benedum, E. E. Grosse, R. D. 
Smith, O. J. Finch. Second Row: E. S. Harris, L. G. Nees, A. C. McKenzie, J. W. Turpel, 
F. D. Ketner, D. W. Fry, L. W. Durkee, E. C. Wolf. Third Row: J. H. MacGregor, F. E. Young, 
W. G. Angell, Karl Ward, H. B. Ward, T. E. Martin, D. D. Palmer, A. H. Elsey. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



AKRON DISTRICT 

O. L. BENEDUM 

1863 Lisbon Street, East Liverpool, Ohio 
L. W. DURKEE 

1558 Delia Avenue, Akron, Ohio 
D. D. PALMER 

1301 10th Street N.W., Canton, Ohio 
F. E. YOUNG 

879 Trebisky Road, South Euclid, Ohio 

ALBANY DISTRICT 

R. D. SMITH 

Box 66 Colvin Station, Syracuse, N. Y. 

D. W. FRY 

R.D. 2, LaFayette, N. Y. 

MARITIME DISTRICT 

J. H. MacGREGOR 

55% Havelock Street, Amherst, N. S. 

NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 
J. C. ALBRIGHT 

19 Keniston Road, Melrose 76, Massachusetts 

E. S. HARRIS 

169 Harriet Street, South Portland, Maine 
L. M. SPANGENBERG 

178 Quinobequin Road, Waban, Mass. 
J. W. TURPEL 

65 Brunswick Avenue, Gardiner, Maine 

NEW YORK DISTRICT 
O. J. FINCH 

510 Center Street, Costa Mesa, California 

KARL WARD 

128 Midvale Road, Mountain Lakes, N. J. 



ONTARIO DISTRICT 

T. E. MARTIN 

83 Lonborough Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Can. 
L. G. NEES 

Kankakee, Illinois 

PITTSBURGH DISTRICT 

R. F. HEINLEIN 

R.F.D. 7, Box 367, Butler, Pennsylvania 
A. H. ELSEY 

1059 Franklin Street, Johnstown, Penn. 
M. R. EMERY 

25 Franklin Street, Warren, Pennsylvania 

R. M. INGLAND 

322 Meadow Avenue, Charleroi, Penn. 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT 

E. E. GROSSE 

528 Baer Avenue, Hanover, Pennsylvania 

F. D. KETNER 

212 MacDade Boulevard, Collingdale, Penn. 

A. C. McKENZIE 

1530 Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem, Penn. 
E. C. WOLF 

131 North Third Street, Oxford, Penn. 

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES 

W. G. ANGELL 

65 Gould Street, Wollaston, Massachusetts 
H. B. WARD 

239 Harriett Street, South Portland, Maine 

PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE 

EDWARD S. MANN 

41 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston 70, Mass. 




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CORNERSTONE CEREMONY 



From the very beginning of the school 
year we enjoyed watching the building prog- 
ress of our new Floyd W. Nease Memorial 
Library. We watched the bricks go up and 
the windows go in. From our classrooms we 
could hear the pounding of hammers and the 
turning of the concrete mixer. 

We remember the morning when we 
had to squeeze to get a glimpse of the laying 
of the cornerstone. Then that February day 
was an exciting one for we all had a chance 
to help. That afternoon we carried the 22,000 
books from our old library to our new one in 
less than two hours. 

Now our new modern library stands as 
a memorial to the sacrifice and faith of former 
President Floyd W. Nease, of the E.N.C. 
faculty and administration, and of the thou- 
sands of contributors who have made it pos- 
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BERTHA MUNRO 

A.M. 

Dean of the College 

Literature 

". . . full of the spirit 
of wisdom . . ." 

We feel that our Dean is the 
embodiment of all that E.N.C. 
stands for scholastically and 
spiritually. 

To us she represents the type 
of character which our school 
is endeavoring to develop in its 
students. 

Wisdom "of the spirit," liv- 
ing truth, teaching Christ, serv- 
ing; and leading her charges 
into "The Spirit-Filled Life"; 
Dean Munro is the spirit of 
E.N.C. 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



MADELINE N. NEASE 

A.B. 

Registrar 

". . . in the spirit of meekness" 

Length of hours spent in her 
office and numbers of semesters 
spent in her position as regis- 
trar could not measure the 
quality or character of Mrs. 
Nease's service to us and 
E.N.C. 

We do not realize fully her 
responsibility, but we do ap- 
preciate her consistent helpful- 
ness and humility at all times. 

Fulfilling Christ's standard of 
living, Mrs. Nease challenges 
with quietness and works "in 
the spirit of meekness." 





KENNETH H. PEARSALL 

A.B. 
Executive Field Secretary 

". . . upon whom thou shalt 
see the spirit" 

We saw clearly the spirit of 
genuine Christian living and of 
an indefatigable faith and trust 
in God manifested by Mr. Pear- 
sail this year. 

As representative of our 
school he seems to carry with 
him the spirit of optimistic de- 
termination and assurance of 
progress that is needed in such 
a position. Youthful enthusiasm 
plus divine motivation have 
shown through his spirit-filled 
life. 



EXECUTIVES 



CLAUDE C. SCHLOSSER 

A.B. 

Business Manager 

". . . the letter killeth, but the 
Spirit giveth life" 

Always tempering justice 
with mercy, Mr. Schlosser di- 
rects the financial affairs of the 
school while striving to lead 
others into "The Way." 

We remember his hearty 
laugh and sparkling eyes which 
reflect his inner joy in living a 
full and active life. 

Never harshly legalistic, Mr. 
Schlosser manages efficiently 
while displaying the Christian 
spirit and the "life more abun- 
dant." 





EDITH F. COVE 

Mus. M. 
Music 



KENT GOODNOW 

A.M. 

Classical Languages 

German, Spanish 



J. GLENN GOULD 

A.M.. D.D. 

Theology, College Pastor 



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MARY K. HARRIS 


Ph.D 


A.M. 


Psychology 


French, Spanish 




HARRY E. JESSOP 


JASPER R. NAYLOR 


JAMES H. SHRADER 


M.S.I., D.D. 


B.S., A.M. 


Ph.D. 


Theology, Special Lecturer 


Dean of Student Life 
Mathematics 


Chemistry 




ALICE SPANGENBERG 

A.M. 
English 




CHARLES W. AKERS 

Ph.D. 
History 



WILLIAM J. V. BABCOCK 

A.M. 

Biology 




HARVEY J. S. BLANEY 


LOUISE A. DYGOSKI 


A.B., B.D. 


A.M. 


Biblical Literature 


Speech 



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OLIVE B. MARPLE 


ROLLAND W. PARSONS 


HELEN F. ROTHWELL 


A.B., Mus. B. 


M.S. 


AM. 


Music 


Education 


Spanish 




MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL 

A.M. 
Philosophy 



TIMOTHY L. SMITH 

A.M. 
History 



EVANGELOS SOTERIADES 

A.M., B.S. 
Librarian 



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ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON 

Dean of Women 
Voice 



GEORGE J. DELP 

A. B., S.T.M. 
Greek Church History 




WALLACE C. DIXON, JR. 

A.M. 
Biology 



JAMES L. GOLDEN 

A.M. 
English, Speech 



WARD M. HUNTING 

M.S. 
Chemistry 






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HADRIAN B. LECHNER 

A.M. 
Physics 




FRANK W. GERY, JR. 

B.S., M.B.A. 
Business Administration 



WILBUR H. MULLEN 

TLB., A.M. 

Theology 





EDITH P. GOODNOW 

A.M. 
English 



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J. HENRY KNOWLES 

A.B., B.D. 
Psychology, Sociology 



STEPHEN W. NEASE 

A.B., Th.B. 

Dean of Men 

Director in Physical Education 






DIRAN DOHANIAN 

B.F.A. 
Art 




BARBARA SKINNER 


ALMA R. WASHBURN 


A.B. 


B.S. 


D. V. B. S. 


Music 



ADMINISTRATION 

— ASSISTANTS 




Elizabeth Young George Allen Robert Harding Mary Rankin Audrey Ward 

Sec. to Pres. Supervisor Maint. Food Serv. Mgr. Service Manager - Bookkeeper 



Geraldine Davis 

Sec. to Field Sec. 




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Emily Fliger Roberta Hunting C. Djerf, M.D. M. Meredith Ruth Keffer 

Asst. Bookkeeper Secretarial Asst. College Doctor College Nurse College Nurse 




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SPEAK 




Front Row: B. Hickman, H. Johnson, Dean Munro, G. Jessop, Pres.; M. Bye, C. Oulton, See.- 
Treas. Second Row: C. Smith, J .Williamson, A. McCurdy, V. Pres.; A. Hesemeyer, D. Young, 
R. Young, R. Merki. 



HONOR SOCIETY 



We look to the members of our honor society for leadership along scholastic 
lines and for all-round participation in college life 

Consistently high in their intellectual attainments, they set the pace for 
old and new students who are interested in the progress of our school. 

The main activity this year consisted of the annual Phi Delta Lambda 
dinner held in the college dining hall. Professor Knowles, the guest speaker, spoke on 
the subject, "Problems Students Meet in Graduate School." 





Paul W. Bowlby 
Ralph H. Knepper 



Donald H. Davis 
John S. Noftle 



Harold L. Harris 
Wayne G. Parks 



Lloyd Jewett, Jr. 
R. Donald Stahl 



GRADUATES IN THEOLOGY 



We look admirably to these students. Having completed four years at 
E.N.C., they now have joined us again for a fifth year of study in advanced the- 
ology and philosophy in order to receive the Bachelor of Theology degree. 

Most of these men are married and have heavy responsibilities, but 
they feel that they must fulfill the commandment, "Study to show thyself ap- 
proved of God." 

Next year most of them will enter the active ministry and will begin 
to "reap the harvest" for God and the Church of the Nazarene. 



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Front Row (left to right): A. Cubie, S.C. Rep.; R. Parsons, Treas.; D. Shene, V. Pres.; Prof. 
Smith, Advisor; D. Young, Pres.; C. Apple, Sec.; C. Holman, Chap. 



Endeavoring to follow our motto "Ye are Living Epis.tles" we have 
found this, our senior year, to be the happy climax of four years of college life. 

Studies climaxed by comprehensives (when we realized how little we 
knew); social activities by extra social privileges, outings, clambakes, open-house 
at Smiths' and our winter escapade at The Elm; religious activities by front row 
chapel seats and the close fellowship in class prayer meetings. Then the whole 
year was climaxed by Junior-Senior Day with the big banquet and Dean Munro's 
unforgettable-because so life-like-sketches of our fellow classmates; Baccalaureate 
Sunday and Graduation. 

And through it all the nostalgic whispers and thoughts of "This is the 
last time we'll be doing this together" made us look back over our four years and 
realize how we had changed. How our thinking has been broadened and our 
ideals have been lifted and made sure. 

E.N.C. has changed, too. We've seen the dedication of the new church. 
Then ours was the first class to use the senior booths in the new library. 

Four years of dreaming, (hoping and anxiety) have come true — a 
complete college education. Freshmen . . . Seniors . . . the dream is over and 
we're alumni . . . we go out challenged to be "Living Epistles" for God and E.N.C. 




DOUGLAS R. ALEXANDER 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Alpha 1, Zeta 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2. 
Bowne Philosophical Society 2, 3. 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 
4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 
4. Student Missionary Society 1, 2, 
3, 4. Prospective Missionary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, 2, 4, 
Vice-President 3. Football 2, 3. 
N.Y.P.S. Council 1. Freshman Class 
Chaplain. Junior Class Chaplain. 
Handwriting : Deliberate. Daily 
Notes : Immigration regulations. 
Missionary Society. Greek! Handy 
hands of a missionary-to-be. Mes- 
sage: Hopeful. Signature: " I heard 
the Lord saying, Whom shall I 
send?" Postscript: Africa-Anne- 
Africa — . 



R. CHRISTINE APPLE 
A.B., Literature 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book 1. Nau- 
tilus 2, 3, Club Editor 4. Campus 
Camera 2, 3, 4, Headline Editor 4. 
Literature Club 4. "N" Club 3, 4. 
WENC 3. Evangelistic Association 
1. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. All-Star 3. 
Volleyball 3, 4. House Council 3, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3. Senior Class 
Secretary. Freshman Scholarship. 
Handwriting: Original. Responsi- 
ble. Daily Notes: Effective writer; 
sane judge of writing. Soft South- 
ern voice. Schedule stretched to 
bursting. Message: "A current of 
fresh ideas." Signature: "Follow 
the Christ, the King." Postscript: 
A Christian editor's office. 



DORIS M. BERGERS 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Asbury College. Kappa 2, 3, 4. 
Nautilus 2. Music Club 2. Psy- 
chology Club 3. Future Teachers 
of America 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 2, 3, 4. Student Missionary 
Society 2, 4. Meistersingers 2, 3. 
Handwriting: Demure. Daily 
Notes: Quiet smile, subdued voice, 
quick brain. U.S.A. interests. Mes- 
sage: Silent power. Signature: 
"Whither thou goest, I will go; — 
thy God, my God." Postscript: 
Paid's return. 




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RACHEL A. BRUCE 
A.B., Psychology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Coordina- 
tor 3, 4. Campus Camera 2. Psy- 
chology Club 3, 4. "N" Club 4, 
Vice-President 4. Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4. Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Handwriting: Nonchalant. Daily 
Notes: Redhead. Individual. Sports. 
Laugh in her eye. Sigma cheers! 
Message: Good fellowship. Signa- 
ture: "A girl's will is the wind's 
will — long, long thoughts." Post- 
script: The power of a personality. 



W. JEAN BRYAN 
A.B., Psychology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 
3, 4. Biology Association 4. 
Handwriting: Jolly -serious. Daily 
Notes: Hard work with a grin. Psy- 
chology of religion, Kansan in New 
England — adopted but not nat- 
uralized. Message: Cheerful per- 
severance. Signature: "Not to be 
ministered unto, but to minister." 
Postscript: Physiotherapy expert. 



GENE P. BRYNER 
B.S., Business Administration 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. "N" Club 4. Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Handwriting: Likable. Daily Notes: 
Printer, bender expert, girl in the 
case. Even keel. Message: "A 
merry heart . . . good like medi- 
cine." Signature: "Your young men 
shall see visions." Postscript: Busi- 
ness executive. 




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ELVA I. BURDETTE 
B.S., Nursing 

Delta 1, 2, 4. Frederick Memorial 
Hospital. Psychology Club 1, 2, 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 4. 
Student Missionary Society 1, 2, 4. 
Prospective Missionary Society 1, 
2, 4. 

Handwriting: Frankly serious. 
Daily Notes: The liills of Maryland 
to the Halls of E.N.C. City chil- 
dren's mission. Semper fidelis. Mes- 
sage: Faith with works. Signature: 
"Let me do good now; I shall not 
pass this way again." Postscript: 
Christian nurse — here or there. 



NORMAN E. COPELAND 
A.B., Biology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3. 4. Chemistry Associ- 
ation 1, 3, 4. 

Handwriting: Conscientious. Daily 
Notes: Lab addict. Chapel regular; 
good listener. Thought undisclosed. 
Glowing eyes. Message: Eager de- 
termination. Signature: "To serve 
the present age." Postscript: Re- 
search? 



JANE E. COPP 
A.B. in Theology 
Biblical Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 3. 
Psychology Club 4. Evangelistic 
Association 2, 3, 4. Prospective 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4. 

Handwriting: Studious. Daily 
Notes: Hidden humor; mind at 
work. Questions answered; Reality 
found. Message: Always "there." 
Dwelling deep. Signature: "As ever 
in my Great Taskmaster's eye." 
Postscript: Overseas for God. 





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ROSS R. CRIBBIS 
A.B. Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philoso- 
phical Society 3, 4. Student Minis- 
terial Association 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. Asaphs 1. A Cap- 
pella Choir 2. Crusaders Quartet 
1. Ambassadors Quartet 2. 
Handwriting: Resolute. Daily 
Notes: Philosopher — poetic lean- 
ings. Worker — college his avo- 
cation. Married bracket. Maple 
leaf forever! Message: "Do it with 
thy might." Signature: "Deter- 
mined to know Christ." Postscript: 
"That I may finish with joy." 



ALICE J. CRONIN 
A.B., Biology 

Delta 1, 2, 3. 4. Chemistry Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3. Biology Association 2, 
3, 4, Secretary 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 1. 

Handwriting: Accurate. Daily 
Notes: Well groomed. Keen eyes. 
Scientist feminine. Vet-to-be? Mes- 
sage: Quiet force. Signature: 
"Ready my place to fill." Postscript: 
Lady with a scalpel? 



ANNIE T. CUBIE 
A.B., Mathematics 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3. 
Green Book 1. Campus Camera 4, 
Feature Editor 4. Nautilus 4. As- 
tronomy Club 2. Literature Club 
2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 3, Presi- 
dent 4. Future Teachers of Ameri- 
ca 2 4. Evangelistic Association 2. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Volleyball 1, 
2, 3. 4. Student Council 4. House 
Council 4. 

Handwriting: Frank. Daily Notes: 
"Andy." Mathematician turned lit- 
erary. Christian unafraid. "Wad 
some power the giftie gie us!" Mes- 
sage: Irrepressible good nature. 
Signature: "A time to laugh and a 
time to pray." Postscript: The air 
force gone missionary. 




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RAYMOND E. DINSMORE 
B.S., Chemistry 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club 3. 
Handwriting: Determined. Daily 
Notes: Married; "Dad"; double 
schedule. Redeeming the time. 
Message: Single-mindedness. Sig- 
nature: "I press toward the mark." 
Postscript: Chemistry in action. 



HERBERT V. DODGE 
A.B., History 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 
Representative 3. Campus Camera 
4, Business Manager 4. Literature 
Club 4. WENC 2. Student Coun- 
cil 3, Treasurer 3. "Who's Who" 4. 
Handwriting: Straightfor- 
ward. Daily Notes: Thinker — de- 
bater — for E.N.C. Testimony — 
deep and high. Growth in grace 
and knowledge. Message: Inner in- 
tegrity. Signature: "G race did 
much more abound." Postscript: 
Faith for mountains. 



JOANNE L. DURKEE 
A.B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book 1. 
Nautilus 4. Spanish Club 1. Litera- 
ture Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 
Future Teachers of America 1, 2. 
Evangelistic Association 1. Meister- 
singers 1, 2. 

Handwriting: Charming. Daily 
Notes: Miranda, or Puck? "Dainty 
rogue in porcelain." Runaway pen; 
refreshments nonesuch. S a v o i r 
vivre — sincere purpose. Message: 
Courtesy. Signature: "Wlwtsoever 
things are lovely, think on these 
things." Postscript: Eternal femi- 
nine. 











GRACE O. ELIADES 
B.S., Biology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 3. 
Biology Association 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 3. Chemistry Association 2, 3. 
WENC 1. Evangelistic Association 
1, 2. Meistersingers 3. Student 
Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 
Handwriting: Active. Daily Notes: 
Office-genic: society, club, student 
body. Light-heart. "A dark ther 
was." M-erry black eyes. Message: 
Co-operation with a smile. Signa- 
ture: "I would look up and love 
and laugh and lift." Postscript: 
Teaching — temporary. 



G. ELIZABETH ELLIOTT 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Maryland State Teachers College. 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 

1, 2, 3. Future Teachers of America 

2, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 

3, Meistersingers 1, 2. Volleyball 1, 
2, 3, 4. Freshman Scholarship. 
Handwriting: Lively. Daily Notes: 
Her own mind — given to Christ. 
Nobody's copy. Gaiety steadied. 
Loyal to E.N.C. Message: Zestful 
living. Signature: "All my being's 
ransomed powers — ." Postscript: 
Channeled energy. 



P. WESLEY ERBE 
B.S., Biology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Associ- 
ation 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4. Rover 
Crew 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 2, 3, 4. Meistersingers 2. A 
Cappella Choir 3, 4. Ambassador 
Quartet 3. Baseball 4. Football 1, 
2, 3, 4. Volleyball 4. Washington- 
Philadelphia District Scholarship. 
Handwriting: Steady. Daily Notes: 
"Wes." Quartets and A Cappella. 
Honest eyes. Persistent accomplish- 
ment; rugged attitudes. Message: 
Stick-to-it-iveness. Signature: "He 
that endureth to the end — ." Post- 
script: Semper idem. 




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ELEANOR S. ESSELSTYN 
A.B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice- 
President 4. Nautilus 4. Biology 
Club 1, 2. Literature Club 3, 4. 
Student Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 
4, Representative-at-large 2. Pros- 
pective Missionary Society 1. 
House Council 4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 4. Junior Class Vice-President. 
Alumni Scholarship. "Who's Who" 
4. 

Handwriting: G r a c i o u s. Daily 
Notes: Joe. Dining-room hostess. 
Veep-Secretary jobs. African violet. 
Soft voice, gentle firmness. True- 
hearted. Message: The beauty of 
holiness. Signature: "Thy gentle- 
ness hath made me great." Post- 
script: Happy ever after. 



JOHN T. FRIEND 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philoso- 
phical Society 3, 4. "N" Club 3, 4. 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 
4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 
4. Meistersingers 1. Gospelaires 
Quartet 2, 3. Viking Quartet 4. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Pittsburgh 
District Scholarship 2, 3, 4. 
Handwriting: Honest. Daily Notes: 
Student and Friend. Athlete. Gos- 
pelaire. Practical ability, skilled 
workman. Answered call. Message: 
Obedience. Signature: "That I may 
please Him who hath chosen me to 
be a soldier." Postscript: Marching 
orders. 



BEULAH E. GARDNER 
A.B., Biology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. 
Biology Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3. 

Handwriting: Wholesome. Daily 
Notes: Biology and the out-of- 
doors. Roses in her cheeks. A good 
heart and good fun. No evasions. 
Message: Loyalty. Signature: 
"Trust and obey; there's no other 
way." Postscript: Forever Young. 







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LORANA C. GREY 
A.B., Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Literature Club 
3, 4. 

Handwriting: Her own, Highly 
sensitive. Daily Notes: T. S. Eliot, 
Picasso, and a mind to wonder. 
Cross references in literature and 
the arts. Leisurely lover of poetry 
— allergic to deadlines. Message: 
"Beauty is truth, truth beauty." 
Signature': "That I may behold the 
beauty of the Lord." Postscript: 
"The star . . . went before." 



CHARLES E. GUSCOTT 
A.B., Psychology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. 
Green Book 1, Editor 1. Campus 
Camera 1, 2, 4, Circulation Mana- 
ger 2. Nautilus 1, 2, Assistant 
Business Manager 1, Religious Edi- 
tor 2. Speech Club 3. Psychology 
Club 4, President 4. WENC 3, 
Program Director 3. Student Minis- 
terial Association 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. Prospective Mis- 
sionary Society 1, 4. Meistersingers 
1. A Cappella Choir 2, 3. Crusader 
Quartet 1. King's Men Quartet 2. 
Handwriting: Gentleman's. Daily 
Notes: Song, journalism, WENC. 
Manifold. Chivalrous. "Brakes" on. 
Message: Work without strain. 
Signature: "His yoke is easy." Post- 
script: "Sow beside all waters." 




CLIFFORD F. HERSEY 
B.S., Secondary Education 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 
2. Spanish Club 1, 3. Future 
Teachers of America 3. Basketball 
Manager 3. Football Manager 3. 
Handwriting: Courage. Daily 
Notes: Fair-minded. '"I can take 
it." Genial. Happy family. Mes- 
sage: Face the facts. Signature: "In 
all these things more than con- 
queror." Postscript: "My fathers 
business." 



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BARBARA C, HICKMAN 



A.B., Literature 

Valedictorian 
Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book 1. 
Campus Camera 2, 3, 4, Associate 
Editor 3, Editor 4. Nautilus 2, 3, 
Club Editor 2, Literary Editor 3. 
Literature Club 2 3, 4, Treasurer 

2. "N" Club 3, 4, Secretary 3. Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2. 
Meistersingers 2, 3, Secretary- 
Treasurer 2. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 
Volleyball 1, 2, 3. House Council 

3, President 3. N.Y.P.S. Council 3, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3. Scholar- 
ships 1, 2, 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. 
"Who's Who" 4. 

Handwriting: Superior. Daily 
Notes: All-round excellence — 
Camera, class, campus, chapel. 
Home church. Honors. E.N.C. af- 
filiates with M.I.T. Message: Fruit 
to perfection. Signature: "We needs 
must love the highest when we see 
it." Postscript: Literature in step 
with Engineering. 



CHARLES R. HOLMAN 
A.B., Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3. 
Nautilus 1, 2, Assistant Business 
Manager 2. Spanish Club 1, 2, Sec- 
retary 2. Bowne Philosophical So- 
ciety 4. Student Ministerial Associ- 
ation 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Presi- 
dent 3. Sophomore Class President. 
Senior Class Chaplain. 
Handwriting: Evangelistic. Daily 
Notes: Culture — leadership — dig- 
nity. A compelling Christian experi- 
ence. "In all things enriched by 
Him." Message: The Great Com- 
mission. Signature: "I rose, left all, 
and followed Thee." Postscript: 
Ambassador extraordinary. 



VERA BAILLEY HOLMAN 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2. 
Campus Camera 1, 2. Spanish Club 

1, 2, 3. "N" Club 2, 3, 4. Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3. Evan- 
gelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Stu- 
dent Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Representative-at-large 2. Prospec- 
tive Missionary Societv 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3 4. Volleyball 1, 

2, 3, 4. N.Y.P.S. Council 2. Repre- 
sentative-at-large 2. 
Handwriting: Tender and True. 
Daily Notes: Happy-serious smile. 
Warm testimony. "Charlie." Cook- 
ing, basketball, a happy heart. Mes- 
sage: Simplicity. Signature: "All 
for Jesus." Postscript: Co-operative 
evangelism. 









ROBERT N. JANACEK 
A.B., Psychology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Club 1, 2, 
3, 4. Psychology Club 3, 4. Rover 
Crew 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 3. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. 
Student Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 
"4. Prospective Missionary Society 
2, 3. Meistersingers 1, 2, 3. Or- 
chestra 1, 2. 

Handwriting: Good-hearted. Daily 
Notes: Happy-go-lucky ; well-mean- 
ing. Protests, Pranks, Predicaments 
— and a Purpose. Rapid calculator. 
Message: Dauntlessness. Signature: 
"I know the Lord will make a way 
for me." Postscript: Safe landing. 



LLOYD S. JOHNSON 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Nautilus 4, Statis- 
tics Editor 4. Bowne Philosophical 
Society 2. Speech Club 3, Chaplain 
3. Psychology Club 4. Student 
Ministerial Association 3 4, Vice- 
President 4. Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Missionary 
Society I- 2, 3. Prospective Mis- 
sionary Society 2, 3. C. C.U.N. 3. 
Handwriting: Optimistic. Daily 
Notes: 'Nova Scotia's always. Hers 
and His. "Life is so full of a num- 
ber of things." Message: Responsi- 
bilities accepted gaily. Signature: 
Eureka — "I have found"; Dioko — 
"I press." Postscript: "He leadeth 
us." 



EDMOND C. JONES 
A.B., Psychology 

University of Pittsburgh 1, 2. Sig- 
ma 3, 4. Campus Camera 4, Reli- 
gious Editor 4. Nautilus 4, Feature 
Editor 4. Psychology Club 3, 4, 
Treasurer 3. WENC 3. Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4. Evan- 
gelistic Association 3. 
Handwriting: Versatile. Progres- 
sive. Daily Notes: Extrovert dy- 
namo. Radio veteran; psychological 
researcher. Affable; winning smile. 
"The Jones family." Message: For- 
ward-looking. Signature: "Claim it 
for Christ!" Postscript: Pastoral 
psychology. "The future is ours." 



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FLORENCE A. KELLEY 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 

3, 4. Biology Association 1. Psy- 
chology Club 1, 2, 3, 4. '"N" Club 

4. Future Teachers of America 2, 
3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. 
Basketball 3, 4. Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

Handwriting: Friendly. Daily 
Notes: Cheers for Sigma! And 
Gene! Quick smile. Classroom per- 
formance plus flair for the extra- 
curricular. Message: Investment in 
friends. Signature: "A good tree 
hringeth forth good fruit." Post- 
script: Schoolroom? 



FRANCIS D. KETNER 
A.B., Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. Psy- 
chology Club 3, 4. Rover Crew 1, 

2, 3. "N" Club 2, 3, 4, President 
4. Student Ministerial Association 

3, 4. Meistersingers 1. Baseball 1, 
2. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 
2. 

Handwriting: Manly. Daily Notes: 
The team; All-Star. Sports and so- 
ciety. Attached. Serious prayers. 
P.K. responsive. Message: Conse- 
crated strength. Signature: "Quit 
you like men; he strong." Post- 
script: "Tough man for a tough 
job" — the ministry. 




IRVING W. LAIRD 
A.B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 
2, 3, Columnist 3. Nautilus 3, 4, 
Photography Editor 3, Editor 4. 
Fine Arts Club 1. Psychology Club 

2. Literature Club 3, 4, President 

3. Rover Crew 1, 2. Student Minis- 
terial Association 3. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3. Student Mis- 
sionary Society 1. Meistersingers 1, 
2. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Orches- 
tra 1. Junior Class Treasurer. 
N.Y.P.S. Council 3. "Who's Who" 4. 
Handwriting: Systematic. Daily 
Notes : Unself -conscious, unin- 
hibited, direct. Untainted spirit. 
Obligations met. "More Work with 
Less Fatigue." Message: Reliable. 
Signature: "All things that pertain 
to life and godliness." Postscript: A 
ministry of service. 







EARLE W. LANDERS 
A.B., Philosophy 

Bethany Bible College. Delta 1, 2, 
3, 4, Treasurer 4. Nautilus 2. 
Spanish Club 1, Chaplain 1. Bowne 
Philosophical Society 4. Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 3. Evangelistic Association 1, 
2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. 
Handwriting: Retiring. Consistent. 
Daily Notes: ..Sturdy ..Canadian. 
Laughing' philosopher. "Speech 
with grace, seasoned with salt." 
Message: Cheerful godliness. Sig- 
nature: "Whosoever taketh his cross 
daily — ." Postscript: "God is faith- 
ful" 



DONALD J. LANTZ 
A.B., History 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 
3. Bowne Philosophical Society 2, 
3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 
2, 3, 4. Freshman Class Treasurer. 
Handwriting: Efficient. Daily 
Notes: History-minded. Those 
golden curls, that golden voice. 
Does it the "heart" way. Seeking 
the best. Message: "He who hesi- 
tates is lost." Signature: "Singing 1 
go along life's road." Postscript: 
Prompt success. 



ROY F. LAUDERMILK 
A.B., Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Ministerial 
Association 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Missionary 
Society 1, 2. 

Handwriting: Philosophically un- 
hurried. Daily Notes: Armed serv- 
ices, academic apprenticeship, do- 
mestic tie-up, goal in sight. Gruff 
exterior — warm heart. Message: 
Workman not ashamed. Signature: 
"The harvest is great." Postscript: 
Treasure in heaven. 





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ROBERT E. LOVELESS 
B.S. Mathematics 

Houghton College. Kappa 2, 3, 4. 
Chemistry Association 2, 3. Evan- 
gelistic Association 2, 4. Baseball 2, 
3. Football 2, 3, 4. 
Handwriting: Disarming. Daily 
Notes: "What's in a name?" Strug- 
gles with visas and q.p.'s. Un- 
tapped resources. Beguiling grin. 
Message: Invincible cheerfulness. 
Signature: "A soft answer turneth 
away wrath." Postscript: "I am 
with thee whithersoever thou 
goest." 



ARCHIE K. McCURDY 
B.S., Mathematics 

Carlton College. Kappa 2, 3, 4. 
Astronomy Club 2, 3. Chemistry 
Association 3, Treasurer 3. Rover 
Crew 2. C.C.U.N. 3. Evangelistic 
Association 2. Ontario Scholarship 
2. Hanson Scholarship 3. Honor 
Society 3. 

Handwriting: Easy excellence. 
Daily Notes: Shining face. Dean's 
List regular. Sonnets to the Dark 
Lady. Opposites attract. Message: 
Scholarship inbred. Signature: "He 
that had five talents—." Postscript: 
Harvard fellowship. 



CORNELIUS M. MacPHERSON 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 
1. Bowne Philosophical Society 3, 
4. Student Ministerial Association 

3, 4. Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 

4, Vice-President 3. Student Mis- 
sionary Society 1, 2, 3. Meistersing- 
ers 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2. A 
Cappella Choir 3, 4. 
Handwriting: A good man's. Daily 
Notes: MacPherson record held 
high. Janitor — pliilosopher — 
singer — Christian. His lady with 
the voice! Message: That good part 
chosen. Signature: "It is required 
in stewards — ." Postscript: "Faith- 
ful also in much." 









H. MARGARET MEREDITH 
B.S., Nursing 

Mountain State School of Nursing. 
Kappa 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 
4. Pre-Medical Society 2. "N" Club 
3, 4, Vice-President 3. Evangelistic 
Association 2. Basketball 2 3, 4, 
All-Star 2, 3, 4. Volleyball 2, 3, 4. 
Handwriting: Thoughtful of others. 
Daily Notes: Healing hands; good 
sport. Picnic hacon-and-egg frier. 
Tranquil; wry smile. Fun without 
a sting. ..Message: Unobtrusive 
helpfulness. Signature: "As ye 
would that they should do to yon 
. . ." Postscript: "The best will 
come back to you." 



ELSIE L. MEYER 
A.B., Psychology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 4. 
Nautilus 4, Associate Editor 4. Psy- 
chology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 

2. President 3. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3. Meistersingers 1, 2, 

3. A Cappella Choir 4. Girls' Trio 

4. House Council 3, 4, President 4. 
Faculty Scholarship 1. Fales Schol- 
arship 2, 3. 

Handwriting: Capable. Daily 
Notes: Experimental psychology. 
Busy days; budgeted time. Scholar- 
ship steady. Ready smile. Message: 
Salt of the earth. Signature: "Faith 
is the victory." Postscript: Psy- 
chiatry harnessed. 



JOYCE E. MILLER 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Nautilus 4. Fine 
Arts Club 2, 3. Future Teachers of 
America 4. Junior Class Secretary. 
House Council 4. 

Handwriting: Controlled. Daily 
Notes: Irradiating smile. Immacu- 
late. Charm of the undisclosed. 
Unwavering. Christian poise. 
Message: Strength in reserve. Sig- 
nature: "In His will, peace." Post- 
script: Young lady. 




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IRENE MONTGOMERY 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Pasadena College. Zeta 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4. Campus Camera 

3, 4, Feature Editor 4. Nautilus 3, 

4. Literature Club 2, 3, 4. Program 
Chairman 3. Astronomy Club 2. 
"N" Club 4, Secretary 4. Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4. Meister- 
singers 2. A Cappella Choir 3. Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4. Volleyball 2, 4. 
Student Council 4. 
Handwriting: Pioneer. Daily Notes: 
Breeze from the Far West. Our 
switchboard friend. Self-forgetting, 
considerate. Joyful religion. Lilt of 
a song. Message: Glorious freedom 
of a high spirit. Signature: "My 
path to life is free." Postscript: 
Blessing as she goes. 



ROBERT E. MONTGOMERY 
A.B., Psychology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. 
Psychology Club 3, Vice-President 
3. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. 
Meistersingers 2. A Cappella Choir 
3, 4. Heralder Quartet 2. Gospel- 
aires Quartet 3. 

Handwriting: Honorable. Daily 
Notes: Clear tenor used for E.N.C. 
Scholastic conscience. Lit and psy- 
chology on good terms. Good 
teacher — no vanity. Message: 
Noblesse oblige. Signature: "1 
would be true for there are those 
who trust me." Postscript: Oper- 
ation Education — quality level. 



JANE C. MOORE 
A.B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. 
Nautilus 4, Secretary to the Editor 
4. Biology Club 1, 2. Literature 
Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3. 
Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 
4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. 
Meistersingers 2. A Cappella Choir 
3, 4, Secretary 4. 

Handwriting: Unaffected. Daily 
Notes: "Janie." Deceptive placi- 
dity. Amused twinkle ready to ex- 
plode. Infectious dry humor. As- 
signments in. Getting things done. 
Message: The healing of good 
cheer. Signature: "Melody in your 
heart to the Lord." Postscript: 
Something good. 








LILLIE L. MULLEN 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. Psy- 
chology Club 2, 4. Literature Club 

3. Future Teachers of America 3, 

4. Evangelistic Association 3, 4. 
Student Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

Handwriting: Unruffled. Daily 
Notes: "One of these good Cana- 
dian Mullens." Ready with the 
answer; seeing the joke. Demure 
twinkle. Message: Tower of 
thought-supported silence. Signa- 
ture: "I can — through Christ." 
Postscript: Return messenger of 
good will. 



MARGARET M. MYERS 
B.S., Mathematics 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 1. 
Spanish Club 4. WENC 4. Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. Evan- 
gelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Stu- 
dent Missionary Society 1, 2, 3,' 4. 
Prospective Missionary Society 1, 
2. Meistersingers 3, 4. Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4. Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 
Handwriting: Spontaneous. Daily 
Notes: Math-Ed. "A little non- 
sense." Big-hearted. Dancing eyes. 
Staunch. Message: Keep pegging 
away. Signature: "I'm on the up- 
ward trail." Postscript: Teacher 
with a mission. 



HELEN M. NEASE 
B.S. Nursing 

Kappa 1, 2, 4. Deaconess Hospital 
3. Green Book 1. Fine Arts Club 1. 
Psychology Club 2. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. A Cappella Choir 
2, 4. 

Handwriting: Generous. Daily 
Notes: Family to live up to. Born 
nurse; interior decorator and 
caterer. Fersistent desire to serve. 
Obliging. Terfect pitch. Message: 
"Helps by the way." Unperturbed. 
Signature: "Who will go?" "Here 
am I; send me." Postscript: Service 
and song. 




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ADEBISI O. OTUDEKO 
A.B., Psychology 

Southwestern College 1, 2. Zeta 3, 
4, Student Council Representative 
4. Chemistry Club 3, 4. Psychology 
Club 3, 4. Rover Crew 3. C.C.U.N. 
3, President 3. Student Council 4. 
Handwriting: Self-reliant. Daily 
Notes: Far traveler; international 
perspective. Medical ambition. "A 
faith for tough times." Message: 
Undlscourageable. Signature: "I 
shall arrive." Postscript: "The un- 
conquerable will." 



JOSEPH W. PARKER 
B.S., Music 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1. 
Astronomy Club 2. Music Club 3. 
Future Teachers of America 4. "N" 
Club 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 

1, 2, 3. Immanuel Quartet 1. 
Orchestra 1, 2. King's Men Quartet 

2. Messengers Quartet 3. Baseball 
1. Basketball 3, 4. Football 1. 
Handwriting: Good will. Dailv 
Notes: Honest face; magic wind. 
Trumpet Trio. "M u s i c hath 
charms." A dash of wit. Message: 
Talent unspoiled by conceit. Signa- 
ture: "For the greater glory of 
God." Postscript: Career in music. 



CLARA M. PARKMAN 
A.B., Literature 

Gordon College. Boston University. 
Zeta 3, 4. 

Handwriting: Personality Plus. 
Daily Notes: Volunteer class ex- 
pression. Benevolent interest in 
others. Enormous and varied ac- 
tivity. Our lovable "glass of 
fashion." Message: Non-conformist 
strength. Signature: "All things to 
all — to win some." Postscript: 
Home — school — church — song. 








RONALD J. PARSONS 
A.B., Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book Busi- 
ness Manager 1. Campus Camera 

2, Sports Editor 2. Nautilus 2, Ad- 
vertising Manager 2. Biology As- 
sociation 2. Literature Club 3, 4. 
Rover Crew 1, 2, 3. "N" Club 2, 3, 
4, Treasurer 3. Baseball 1, 2, 3 4. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 

3, 4. N.Y.P.S. Council 3. Senior 
Class Treasurer. New England Dis- 
trict Scholarship 2. Honor Society 
2. 

Handwriting: Modest. Daily Notes: 
Back corner seat reserved. Excel- 
lent papers. All-Star basketball. 
Pre-Seminary. Release of powers in 
a yielded will. Message: The 
beauty of humility. Signature: "Not 
ashamed of the Gospel." Postscript: 
"The power of Christ shall rest 
upon you." 



ALVAN W. PYNE 
B.S., Biology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Fine Arts Club 1. 
Literature Club 2. Biology Club 2, 
3, 4, President 3, 4. Chemistry 
Club 4. Rover Crew 2, 3, 4. 
WENC 3. Meistersingers 1, 2. A 
Cappella Choir 3, 4. Orchestra 1. 
Baseball 1, 2. Basketball 1, 2. 
Football 1, 2. 

Handwriting: Sound judgment. 
Daily Notes: Core of Yankee sense. 
Massachusetts to Virginia. Cares sit 
lightly. Polishing armor. Message: 
"The laugh's the thing." Signature: 
"I have chosen to walk in the nar- 
row way." Postscript: "Not dis- 
obedient to the heavenly vision." 



DOROTHY E. REINHART 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers of 
America 3, 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Handwriting: Even. Daily Notes: 
Extended leave of absence from 
Ontario. Still waters. "Say it with 
smiles." A faith kept. Message: 
Overcoming. Signature: "Give me, 
Lord, the mind of Jesus." Post- 
script: A long vision realized. 




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HERBERT L. ROGERS 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Paul Smith's College. Sigma 2, 3, 4. 
Astronomy Club 2. Speech Club 3. 
Psychology Club 2, 3. Rover Crew 
2, 3. WENC 2. Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 2, 3, 4. Meistersingers 2. 
Football 2. 

Handwriting: Unswerving. Daily 
Notes: Preacher-to-be, steady wit- 
ness, attentive husband, proud 
father. Bell-clear testimony of voice 
and life. Message: The seamless 
robe. Signature: "The path of the 
just shines more and more — ." Post- 
script: "To perfect day." 



JOHN A. SABEAN 
A.B., Philosophy 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Philosophy Club 2, 
3. Evangelistic Association 2, 3. 
WENC 2. Sophomore Class Treas- 
urer. 

Signature: Unassuming. Daily 
Notes: Thoughtful questions. 
Double-S combination. Philoso- 
pher-preacher: the mantle of a 
great, good uncle. Message: Esse 
quam videri — "To be rather than 
to seem." Signature: "The truth 
shall make you free." Postscript: 
Saskatchewan? Alberta? 



RAYMOND J. SEVER 
A.B., Chemistry 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 
Nautilus 4, Photography Editor 4. 
Biology Club 2. Chemistry Club 1, 
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 4. 
Rover Crew 2. WENC 3, Technical 
Director 3. Evangelistic Association 

1. Prospective Missionary Societv 

2, 3. Student Council 4. ' 
Handwriting: High potential. 
Growing. Daily Notes: Lab and 
Dot. Travel expert; interstate ac- 
tivity. "I wonder — Do you?" 
Philosophical inquiry under a 
boyish grin. Message: Com- 
mandeered gifts. Signature: "He 
sent them forth to heal." Postscript: 
"Jungle Doctor?" 








VERNON E. SHANKLE 
A.B., History 

Burdett College 1. Kappa 2, 3, 4. 
Student Ministerial Association 3. 
Handwriting: Sincere. Daily Notes: 
Commuter. Business to ministry. 
Westminster Confession; practical 
Christianity. Message: "Prove all 
things; hold fast the good." Signa- 
ture: "All but loss — that I may 
win Christ." Postscript: Presby- 
terian ministry. 



A. LUCILE SHELLITO 
A.B. in Theology 
Biblical Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 3. 
Psychology Club 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Prospective 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4. Pittsburgh District Scholar- 
ship 3. 

Handwriting: Faithful. Daily 
Notes: Blushing smile, shy manner, 
surprise strengths. Prayer-meeting 
dependable. Message: The more 
excellent way. Signature: "The 
Lord is the strength of my life — of 
whom, then, afraid?" Postscript: 
"For the Master's use." 



DOROTHY E. SHENE 
A.B., Literature 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 
Campus Camera 3. Nautilus 4. 
Literature Club 3, 4. Meistersing- 
ers 1. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3. House 
Council 3, Vice-President 3. Senior 
Class Vice-President. 
Handwriting: Genuine. Daily 
Notes: Perfect Fidelis president. 
Sunshine. "Sings her life and lives 
her song." Trusted and trust- 
worthy. Message: A faith made 
real. Signature: "Jesus shall lead 
me all the way." Postscript: "Fol- 
low the Gleam!" 




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ALICE JEAN SHOFF 
B.S., Music 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. Liter- 
ature Club 2. Music Club 1, 3, 4, 
President 4. "N" Club 4. Future 
Teachers of America 4. Evangelis- 
tic Association 2. Meistersingers 1. 
A Cappella Choir 2. Girls' Trio 2, 
3, 4. N.Y.P.S. Council President 4. 
Freshman Scholarship. 
Handwriting: Hearty. Daily Notes: 
Our "A.J." Trios, Y.P., basketball 
plus. Prayers at the altar, laughter 
in the dorm, untrammeled song. 
Message: The beauty of an open 
face and life. Signature: "Heartily 
as unto the Lord." Postscript: A 
Christian influence. 



GENE C. SMITH 
A.B., Philosophy 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book 1. 
Nautilus 2, Advertising Manager 2. 
Speech Club 2. Philosophy Club 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2. Stu- 
dent Missionary Society 1, 2. 
N.Y.P.S. Council 2, Secretary 2. 
Freshman Class Chaplain. 
Handwriting: Competent. Daily 
Notes: Engaging grin. Supreme 
employment manager. French 
"prof." "My wife Catherine." Mes- 
sage: Character balance. Signature: 
"We have an anchor that keeps the 
soid." Postscript: Language made 
useful. 



M. CATHERINE SMITH 
A.B., Modern Languages 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Washington- 
Philadelphia District Scholarship. 
Handwriting: Unselfish. Daily 
Notes: Gently business-like. She 
oils the gears. Business-office 
steady. "Marriage — it's fun!" Mes- 
sage: Everyday duty made beauti- 
ful. Signature: "Freely received, 
freely give." Postscript: "The heart 
of her husband doth safely trust in 
her." 








GEORGE W. TALBOT 
A.B., Psychology 

Olivet Nazarene College. Kappa 2, 
3, 4. Psychology Club 4. 
Handwriting: Perseverance. Daily 
Notes: Good spirit; appealing grin. 
"My uncle." Social studies. Mes- 
sage: "Peace on earth, good will to 
men." Signature: Nothing shall be 
impossible." Postscript: Giving. 



ELISHA S. TIKASINGH 
B.S., Biology 

Naparima College 1. Sigma 2, 3, 4. 
Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
Vice-President 4. Chemistry Club 
4. Rover Crew 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 
C.C.U.N. 3. 

Handwriting: Smiling. Daily Notes: 
"Our friend from Trinidad" via 
England. Our kindly critic. Cam- 
pus beautifier. Message: "Labor 
omnia vincit." Signature: "The 
merry heart goes all the way." 
Postscript: An opening path. 



GILDA C. WAGSTAFF 
B.S., Nursing 

Sigma 1, 2, 4. Deaconess Hospital 
3. Spanish Club 2. Psychology 
Club 4. Evangelistic Association 2. 
House Council 4. 

Handwriting: Intense. Daily 
Notes: Dark eyes, eager purposes; 
ripples on the surface. "How to 
Say No." "The most unforgettable 
character." Message: Counting the 
cost. Signature: "The wisdom from 
above is pure." Postscript: Guided. 




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HARRY E. WEST 
A.B., Psychology 

University of Vermont 1, 2. Kappa 
3, 4. Psychology Club 4, Vice 
President 4. 

Handwriting: Earnest. Daily 
Notes : Literary psychologist. 
Shakespeare analyst; class enliven- 
er. Mature point of view. Message: 
"With all thy mind." Signature: 
"May it all my powers engage to 
do my Master's will." Postscript: 
Leavening society for Christ. 



DONALD H. WHITE 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philoso- 
phical Society 2, 3. Psychology 
Club 4. Rover Crew 2, 3. Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. 
Student Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 
4, President 3. Meistersingers 1, 2, 
Vice President 2. 

Handwriting: Committed. Daily 
Notes: Serious eyes. Evangelistic 
activities. "When a woman's in the 
case—." Message: Unchanging am- 
bition. Signature: "If I preach 
not — ." Postscript: "In trust with 
the Gospel." 



DONALD R. WILSON 
A.B., Chemistry 

Northeastern University 1, 2. Kap- 
pa 3, 4. Chemistry Club 3, 4. 
Handwriting: Scientific. Daily 
Notes: Off campus and on. Chem- 
istry concentrate. Noiseless prog- 
ress. Message: The facts. Signa- 
ture: "If thine eye be single — ." 
Postscript: One of Dr. Shrader's 
Theology. 








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CHARLES E. YOUNG 
A.B., Psychology 

Salutatorian 
Olivet Nazarene College 1. Delta 
2, 3, 4, President 3. Psychology 
Club 2, Treasurer 2. Literature 
Club 3, 4. C.C.U.N. 3. Future 
Teachers of America 2, Treasurer 
2. Evangelistic Association 2. 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4. 
Handwriting: Casual-Enthusiastic. 
Daily Notes: "Whose sunlit sum- 
mit mingles with the clouds." Top- 
notch achievement. Two majors — 
yea, three. Speaking hands. Mes- 
sage: Pursuit of the Ideal. Signa- 
ture: "To follow knowledge like a 
star." Postscript: "Gleams that un- 
t raveled world!' 



DONALD L. YOUNG 
A.B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book 1. 
Nautilus 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 
2. Literature Club 3. Rover Crew 
1. Future Teachers of America 3, 
Chaplain 3. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
N.Y.P.S. Council 2, Treasurer 2. 
Student Council 1, 3, Treasurer 1. 
Senior Class President. Honor So- 
ciety 2, 4. Freshman Scholarship. 
Alumni Scholarship 4. "Who's 
Who" 4. 

Handwriting: Independent from 
principle. Daily Notes: Discerning 
lit critic; the perfect usher. The 
long view; firm convictions; quiz- 
zical look. His father's son — stand- 
ing on his own. Message: Honest 
thinking. Signature: "Christ is 
made to us wisdom." Postscript: 
Graduate school — to begin with. 



HAROLD E. YOUNG 
A.B., History 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. 
Green Book Literary Editor 1. 
Campus Camera 1, 2, 4, Associate 
Editor 2, Sports Editor 4. Spanish 
Club 2, Treasurer 2. Literature 
Club 4. Rover Crew 2, 3. WENC 
2. Meistersingers 1. Basketball 1, 

2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 

3. Sophomore Class Vice-Presi- 
dent. Junior Class President. 
'Who's Who" 4. 

Handwriting: Industrious. Daily 
Notes: Popular campus statesman; 
tutorial leader; historiographer su- 
perb. Good worker (hereditary). 
Understanding ticinkle. Message: 
Achieving. Signature: "What I 
have written I have written" — and 
it was good. Postscript: New 
worlds to conquer. 




SENIORS NOT PICTURED 

LOU QUIDA CARLSON 

B.S., Elementary Education 

NORMAN S. COLLINS 
B.S., Secondary Education 

WESLEY W. STINSON 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 



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Eleanor as Vice-President of T 
fru'ng as Editor of the Nautilus; 
Barbara as Editor of trie Campus. Carnen- . 
Dotj as President of the Senior Class;'; 
HoroM js President of die Tumor Class. 



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Senior Recitalist 

Alice Jean Shoff, our only Senior 
recitalist of the year, delighted us with her 
rendition of "Golliwogg's Cake-Walk" by 
Debussey. Favorites from Beethoven, Schu- 
mann, and Chopin completed the piano 
concert. 

Alice Jean was assisted by the col- 
lege quartet: Frank Harvey, Paul Rundlett, 
Thomas Starnes and Gordon Wetmore. 





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(Tune; "I Said My Pajamas") 
On Monday morn, so crisp and so fair 
We started out in our long underwear, 
The Elms was our goal, New Hampshire's best 
And all because we needed a rest! 
Two hours after we reached there. 
More than five graced cot and chair 
Robert M. fell in the drink, 
„ jean, Joanne and Gilda had kinks! 
Elsie tried skating with a horse 
Joyce and Barbara coached her, of course, 
Tim and Ann were quite the pajr — 
* % They're the class lovebirds — so there! 
A shovel provided Cliff with fun 
And mealtimes were happy for everyone, 
Doug and Don on a spree 

Stopped their toboggan with a tree! 

Irene can really take it on the chin, 

And Ray kicked Dottie just below the shin, 

Janie is proud of her great big purple patch, 

Our friend Wesley hasn't one scratch. 

Lillie got sick, Neal rode the trunk 

Al, our driver, slept in his bunk, 

Our trip to the Elms was really a treat, 

For fellowship and mem-ries — No Sleep! 





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Front Row (left to right): S. Haselton, Sec.; J. Williamson, Chap.; T. Skidmore, Treas.; Prof. 
Mullen, Advisor; T. Boates, Pres.; R. Merki, S.C. Rep.; J. Stratton, V. Pres. 



With some apprehension, yet more anticipation we became upper- 
classmen. What has it meant to be upperclassmen? . . . Many things ... a reali- 
zation of how little we know and how much there is to learn ... a new unity in 
class activities and outings ( the surprised looks and protestations the maimed and 
bruised Seniors gave as they had to crawl into our igloo for their reception will 
never be forgotten ) . . . close Christian fellowship in class prayer meetings . . . 
the joys, excitement and thrills of Junior-Senior day and commencement. 

But the theme of our Thanksgiving Chapel program, Durer's "Praying 
Hands," will remain deeply imprinted on our hearts and as we become Seniors 
will help us to make our last year a victorious one. 




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Evelyn Blake 

"Ev" . . . accomplished 
accordionist . . . works for 
missions . . . loves music 
. . . practical enthusiasm. 



Robert Bradley 

"Bob" . . . scientifically minded . _ . conscientious 
. . . fervent testimony . . . week-ends in Lowell. 

Harold Brake 

Pilot of a Plymouth . . . photography an art . . . 
quiet, but not silence . . . "Supreme" . . . well- 
attired. 



Howard Brooks 

"Howie" . . . Zeta all-star . . . obliging . . . reformed 
prankster . . . "to preach the word." 



Harley Bye 

"The Maple Leaf Forever" . . 
firm convictions . . . WENC 
curiosity. 



astronomer . . 
, . . intellectual 



Mildred Bye 

"Can we have our per tonight?" 
ests . . . understanding listener . 
. . . "standing on the promises." 



. . musical inter- 
mature attitudes 



Doreen Armstrong 

Independent . . . "Life with Our Dean" 
. . . "I'm perturbed." 



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Patricia Ash 

"Patty" . . _ gay as a Lark-in . . . piano and 
organ . . . church choir . . . mischievous giggle. 



James Baker 

"Jimmy" . . . purposeful . . . Dorchesterite . . . 
Checker cabby . _ . argumentative. 

Warren BafeerS^~efUr/? 

Super-salesman . . . "Benders? Who? Me?" . . . 
active sense of humor . . . helpful . . . happily 
married. 



Stella Betts 

Well-kept tresses . . 
. . . pleasant smile 



off campuser . . _ quiet warmth 
. . reserved friendliness. 



Samuel Blachley 

"Sam" . . . life with Betty . . . small, but mighty 
. _ . surprising wit . . . steady Christian. 



Quentin Caswell 

"Quent" . . . basso profundo . . . Sundays in 
Maiden . . . mature _ . . consistent living. 




Thomas Boates 




"Tom" . . . class ] 
dimpled grin . . 
ness personified 
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Ada Chandler 

Diminutive . . living her testimony . . . willing to 
serve . . . many unvoiced thoughts . . . successful 
children's worker. 

Sarah Chase 

Reserved New Englandah . . . interest in social 
work ... a cappella alto . . . week-ends in 
Everett_ 

Robert Clark 

"Bob" . . . leads the Deltas . . . ready debater . . . 
original ideas . . . singing along. 

Quentin Clingerman 

"Quent" . . . definite opinions . . . tall n' lanky 
. . . enlightened ministry . . . conscientious. 



Isabel Coghill 

Simplicity . . . mirthful . . . stick-to-itiveness . . 
gently firm . . . searching for the will of God. 

Marie Copeland 

Characteristic drawl . . . patient . . . willing to 
work . . _ enjoys singing . . . Christian devotion. 



Joseph Duncan 

Aerial interests . . . un- 
assuming . . congenial 
. . . church choir tenor . . . 
a friend indeed. 



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Joy Dorothy 

Independent . . . untapped 
resources . . . "Knit one, 
pearl two" . . . discerning 
. . . scholastic qualities. 



Grace Eby 

Registrar's right hand . . . considerate . . . ambitious 
student . . . calm Southerner . . _ practical. 



Millan Freeman 

Historical interests . . 
conscientious student 
. . . well informed. 



Patsy Gershon 

"Pat" _ . . always the nurse 
unaffected . . . inquisitive. 



hails from Maiden . . . 
. . serious appearance 



"Ready to Go" . . 



Kenneth Gibbs 

"Ken" . . . pensive . . . quiet perseverances . . . 
conscientious devotion . . . dignified appearance. 



John Glennie 

"Psychology and Life" . 
. . . diversified interests 



. perpetual good humor 
. sociable . . . unruffled. 



Eleanor Goodale 

Hard worker ... a twin . . . serene dignity 
positive . . . Christian walk. 



Leon Hatch 



"Lee" , . 
teased . 
practised 
student . 
a word. 



to tease and be 

. . convictions 

. . . attentive 

. never lost for 



Donald Hennen 

"Don" . . . ministerial president 
philosopher . . . individualistic. 



newlywed . . 



Glenn Hornberger 

"Butch" . . . enjoys life . . . expressive . . . likes 
to tease . _ . spice and variety. 



Grace Jessop 

Happy disposition . . . unassuming intelligence . . . 
mischievous twinkle . . . hearty laughter . . . pur- 
poseful Christian living. 



Helen Johnson 

Versatile . . . honor student 
"Russ!" . . . meaningful smiles. 



literary 



Frank Kelley 

Willing worker . . . family man 
. . . friendly . _ . Irish, of course. 



called to preach 



Geraldine Kelley 

Sunny disposition . . . ex-Gordonite . . . ener- 
getic cheerleader . . . speaking eyes . . . genuine. 



Rose Handloser 

Creative pastimes 
cheerful manner . 
tive. 




Elizabeth Goodnow 

"Beth" . . . earnest worker . . . sweet disposition . . . 
"tres intelligente" ... a deep interest in others. 

Gordon Hall 

"Man of Prayer" . . . industrious . . . Delta first 
baseman . . . dependable . . . carries a vision. 



. committee "head"aches . . 
Christian fervor . . . coopera- 



Donald Harding 

"Don" ... a cappella songster . . . shutterbug 
. . _ psychology interests . . . loyal Main-iac. 



Frank Harvey 

Outstanding tenor . . . full of fun . . . transfer student 
. . . congenial . . . brimful of energy. 

Shirley Haselton 

"The sunny side of life" . . . Delta booster . . . 
ogler . . . girls' trio . . . Dugout charm. 



Richard Heinlein 

"Dick" . . . sports enthusi- 
ast . . brush cut . . . 
undisturbed _ . . amiable 
smile. 




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Doris Kelly 

Math whiz _ . . where 's the uniform? . . . business- 
like . . . capable . . .Audrey's sidekick. 



Robert Kern 

"Bob" . . . pleasant Pennsylvanian 
sense of humor . . . philosophic. 



ready 



Paul Knight 

Ambitious _ . . satisfied Sigma . . . always agreeable 
. . . saxophone royale . . . faithful mission worker. 

Walter Lyon 

Optimistic . . . everbody's friend . . . proud 
papa . . . pastoral dignity . _ . busy life. 



Carolyn McEachern 

Dependable and deep . . . habitual grin . . . varied 
interests . . . wholesome outlook . . . Western vitality. 

Robert Merki 

Faithful student . . . true gentleman . . . deep 
Christian experience . . . definite ideas and 
ideals . . . faraway missions. 



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Ralph Montemuro 

Family man . . . good 
natured . . . sincere _ . 
God's ways are best . . 
interested in others. 



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Russell Metcalfe 

"Russ" . _ . quartet bass 
. . . "My girl Helen" . . . 
"Come on, Deltas!" . . . 
happy-go-lucky manner. 



Vernon Morse 

"To preach and to teach" . . . neatness plus . . . 
amicable . . . mission worker ... a life of service. 

Frank Oxenford 

Deep thinker . . . "Daddy" . . . pastor-student 
. . _ firm convictions . . . appreciative. 



Eisner Pearsall 

"Red" . . . helpful 
. . . good-hearted. 



gentlemanly . . . enjoys life 



Clifford Peryea 

"Cliff" . . _ New Yorker 
cab driver . . . affable. 



steadfast life 



Gerald Riggleman 

Innovator . . . table wit . . . "The Pathfinder" 
sincere thinker . . . considerate. 

Thelma Roberts 

Gentle . . "Crowning glory" . . . poised 
she shall have music wherever she goes 
well-groomed. 




Joan Stratton 

"Joanie" . . . Connecti- 
cut wit . . . efficient vice- 
prexy . . . observant . . . 
living testimony. 



Waveline Trout 

"Wave" . . . literary pursuits . . . able and willing to 
help . . . serious Christian . . . journalistic. 

Norma Wagner 

Sensitive . . . "My sister Lynette" . . . fresh-air 
fiend . . . working her way . . .conscientious 
monitor. 



Robert Wanner 

"Bob" . . . young hubby . . . inspired trumpeter . . . 
working for Christ . . _ trusting spirit. 

Jerome Wetmore 

"Jerry" . . . quick speech . . . broad interests 
. . . desire to know . . . psychology interests. 



Joseph Williamson 

"Joe" . . . active S. C. prexy . . . "Yea, Sigma!" . . . 
like father, like son ... a friend to all. 

James Young 

"Big Jim" . . . sigma sharpshooter . . .solos per- 
fected . . . understanding . . _ reliable. 



Floyd Schlosser 

"Big Floyd" . . . jokeses in dialect . . . "O-hi-o!" . . . 
sagacious . . . straightforward. 

Thomas Skidmore 

"Tom" . . chem lab regular . . . history tan 
. . . unsuspected depth . . . CO. P. booster. 



Nola Skillings 

Fun-loving . . . retiring at times . . . "Maine" interests 
. _ . piano teacher . . . adept seamstress. 

Carroll Smith 

"What say there, boy?" . . . "Main-iac joker . . . 
characteristic gait . . . argumentative . . . psych 
fan. 



Ruth Smith 

"Al and I" . . . soft-spoken . _ . domestic diversions 
. . . serious student . . . helpful friend. 

Thomas Starnes 

"Tom" . . . unpredictable . . . wide, winning 
grin . . _ mellow tenor . . . naturally witty. 



Mary Studley 

Accepts challenge . . . 
much-in-demand typist 
. quietly obliging . . . 
no time to waste . . . 
earnest Christian. 




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BOYS' TEAM 

H. Dodge, G. Huff, T. Skidmore, R. Clark 




GIRLS' TEAM 

W. Trout, C. McEachern, Prof. Golden, J. Morehead 
J. Schlosser 



OUR DEBATE TEAM 

"We came, we spoke, we conquered" might well sum up the accomplish- 
ment of E.N.C.'s first intercollegiate debating team, which took second place in the 
fifth annual debate tournament at Tufts College, December 5-6 and took third place at 
the M.I.T. debate tournament held on February 22 in Boston. 

Our school representation at the tournament at Tufts College consisted of 
two debating teams which took second place out of 21 colleges and universities. Only 
one debating team was allowed to enter the tournament at M.I.T. This team included: 
Jeanette Moorehead and Herbert Dodge on the negative side with Waveline Trout and 
Carolyn McEachern on the affirmative side. They won eight debates in succession but 
were eliminated in the semi-final round by a split decision of the judges. They took 
third place out of 33 colleges and universities represented. 

The subject of the debates this year was the Fair Employment Practice 
Commission (F.E.P.C.). Our congratulations go not only to our debaters but to their 
excellent coaches, Professors Golden and Dygoski. 

This is the first year E.N.C. has entered debate tournaments and experi- 
enced debaters from larger schools thought that there could be little competition from 
these "green" debaters from E.N.C. but we proved that the bigger they come the 
harder they fall. 




DEBATE TEAM DINNER 



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Front Row (left to right): R. Walters, V. Pres.; R. Loomis, Sec; R. Young, Pres.; J. Bergers, 
Chap. Second Row: S. Smith, Treas.; Prof. Naylor, Advisor; D. Daniels, S.C. Rep. 



"We are the Sophomores." With what pride we found ways of letting 
the Freshmen know this all-important fact and after being initiated by orders, 
exercises and a deluge of water, they were sure of it. 

We can't forget our outings, either . . . ghost stories on Nantasket's cold 
windy beach . . . the fun we had together with the freshmen in the Blue Hills. 

But most of all there remain memories of Monday evenings when we 
experienced real fellowship and unity learning to share and bare our burdens and 
joys with our classmates. 

Now . . . we are no longer "mighty" and are no longer "Sophomores," 
but look anxiously forward to the activities of the Junior Year. 



Betty Adams 
Yogi Akaski 
Margaret Albright 



Richard Anderson 
George Aubrey 
Dorothy Austin 



Jay Bergers 
Myron Bigelow 
Marcia Boshart 



David Brumagin 
Paul Burkhart 
Beverly Burt 




Donna Lee Anderegg ; 
Bryant Anderson 



Louise Banker 
Mervin Bedor 



Mabel Brown 
Phyllis Brown 



Dwight Campbell 
Thomas Christensen 



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Barbara Church 
Charlotte Claytor 
Phyllis Collins 
Iris Cove 



John Croley 
David Daniels 
Shirley Damn 
Phyllis Davis 



Donna Lee Driggs 
Kenneth Edwards 
Glenn Elsey 
Samuel Erbe 



Carlie Farleigh 

Margaret Ferguson 
Ruth Freese 
Raymond Gery 





Willard Grace 
Charles Grate 
Allen Halberg 
Sylvia Hancock 



William Hardin 
Lila Harris 

Catherine Hayford 
Samuel Henck 



Alfred Hesemeyer 
Richard Holbrook 
Edgar Howard 
Gerald Huff 



Marie Hutchins 
Wayne Hysong 

Raymond Ibecheole 
Merilyn Insco 



SOPHOMORES 



Gilbert Jackson 
Ruth Jackson 



Glenn Keys 
Jeanne Anne Kirtz 



Richard Krutenat 
Joseph Larrabee 



Barbara MacCallum 
Kent MacMahon 




Aldine John 
Ruth Keffer 
Donald Kereluik 



Karl Knudsen 
Anthony Kosty 
Florence Krier 



Jane Little 

Ruth Ann Loomis 

Frank Lovejoy 



Donald MacNeil 
Beverly MacNeill 
David MacPherson 



David McSavaney 
Doris Mack 
Shirley Martin 



Jean Merriman 
Marjorie Miller 
Paul Miller 



Vaunda Moore 
Harold Mosgrove 
Rita Mull 



Robert Neeley 
Carol Oulton 
Carmela Palella 




Donald Mattmueller 
William Meredith 



jj;^, Barbara Milstead 

Richard Moberg 



Bernard Mullen 
Ethel Mullen 



Marlene Parsons 
Leon Pelley 



David Penney 
Patricia Perham 
Willard Peterson 
Lloyd Prentice 



Allen Ray 

Dorothy Roberts 
Floyd Rugg 
Paul Rundlett 



Jeanne St. Pierre 

Arquimedes Sanchez 
Susan Sasao 
Malcolm Shene 



William Sloan 
Cynthia Smith 
Evangeline Smith 
Faith Smith 








Pauline Smith 
Robert C. Smith 
Sterling Smith 

Georgianna Spaite 



Beulah Stanford 
Gloria Stiles 
Glenn Stover 
June Thomas 



Ray Thorpe 

Ancel Tikasingh 
John Wagner 
Robert Walters 



Albert Wakefield 
Charles Wakefield 
Martha Weimer 
Gordon Wetmore 



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SOPHOMORES 



Herbert White 
Mildred Whitehorn 



Courtland Wood 
Walter Woodbridge 



Jean Yencso 
Roger Young 




May Whitney 
Floe Williams 
Edwin Willwerth 



Tyler Wooster 
Joan Wyman 
William Yeager 



Paul Zeigler 




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Front Row (left to right): S. Truitt, V. Pres.; D. Wanner, Chap.; D. Blaney, Treas.; D. Grosse, 
Pres.; D. Calhoun, S.C. Rep.; F. Oddo, Sec. 



Timid . . . shy . . . green . . . scared . . . we arrived . . . arrived for our 
first year at college. 

Initiation was a wet one and Rush day baffled us for never before had 
we been teased, pampered, begged, mauled and promised so much all at the same 
time. 

After the first Western Civ. exam, we knew that it really was college. 
And after the first chapel we began to realize a sense of belonging. 

Class outings were times of relaxation and fun and also gave a sense 
of unity. Class prayer meetings have been a special means of helping us to solve 
the problems every Freshman faces. 

As we leave behind the first year of our college career, we take inven- 
tory and find that it has been a year of spiritual growth, scholastic achievement 
and loads of fun. 



Bonnie Adams 
Mildred Ahlbrand 
John Allison 



Beverly Ashline 
Vernon Bair 
Mildred Ballard 





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Clifford Anderson 
John Anderson 



Angela Barlas 
Evelyn Bass 



John Binkley 
Geraldine Black 
Beverly Blaisdell 



Mary Ellen Boshart 
Rebecca Bown 
Donald Brice 




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David Blaney 
Shirley Blann 



Robert Briggs 
Doris Brown 



Ellen Burgess 

William Burkhart 
Doyle Calhoun 
Weston Chambers 



Alice Jeanne Clark 
Doris Clingerman 
John Cramer 
Lewis Cramer 



Robert Crew 

Elizabeth Cronin 
Molly June Cross 
Nevin Crouse 



Bryant Curry 

Edward Danielson 
Charles Davidson 
Dorothy Duncan 











Oscar Eller 

Wilbur Ellison 
Carlene Emery 
Earline Fields 



Dale Fisher 
Gladys Fisher 
Betty Fleming 
Lois Flick 



James Fox 

Joyce Frederick 
Shirley Fuller 
Blanche Gery 



Patricia Gibson 
Janice Gidney 
George Gressett 
Paul Griggs 



FRESHMEN 



Stuart Gross 
David Grosse 



Esther Henck 
Henry Henderson 



Warren Hilkert 
John Hodgkiss 



Donald Jones 
Kenneth Keim 




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Hartley Harris 
Merilyn Harris 
Barbara Hemmings 



DeLyle Henry 
Buddy Herren 
Alene Higgins 



Robert Horn 
Doris Jackson 
David Jones 



William Kelvington 
Paul Kercher 
Jerrold Ketner 



Hylda Kidd 
Donley King 
Charles Kohr 



James Laudermilk 
Richard Lehto 
Dora Lenfest 



Roderick MacAskill 
Frederick MacMillan 
James McCloy 



Edward Mann 
Doris Mattmueller 
Marilyn Merchant 




Gloria Lamb 
Robert Larsen 



Eleanor Long 
Robert Lynch 



Brian McCutcheon 
Leora McGee 



Roberta Merritt 
Robert Miller 



Nancy Mitchell 
Jeanette Morehead 
Elwin Morgan 
Ralph M os grove 



Ronald Mosgrove 
Dallas Mucci 
Carl Neidemyer 
Herbert Norris 



Lois Nuzum 
Doloris Nylin 
Frances Oddo 
Gladys Pankow 



Pershing Parker 
Gerald Parsons 
Margaret Pearce 
Beverly Phillips 




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Ralph Phillips 
Ronald Phillips 
David Pierce 

George Pillsbury 



Ruthanna Plunkert 
G. Howard Poteet 
Marjorie Previere 
Glenn Propsts 



Alice Pruden 
Roy Quanstrom 
Lillian Reed 
Karl Retter 



Elsie Rickert 
Audrey Rigby 
John Rigden 
Abram Rose 



FRESHMEN 



Shirley Rose 

Rose Marie Russell 



Theresa Schweikert 
John Sherman 



John Sipes 
Barbara Smith 



Juanita Strotman 
Robert Sullivan 




Nancy Sanford 
Alberta Scheer 
Jane Schlosser 



Betty Shields 
Josephine Shields 
Janet Shinault 



Robert Smith 
Doris Sowers 
Wayne Speakman 



William Summers 
Harold Sumner 
Donald Sunberg 



William Sunberg 
Martha Jean Taylor 
Owen Tavlor 



Duane Trout 

Shirley Truitt 
Marlene Vanderhoff 



Gail Weischedel 
Franklin Wells 
Fred Wenger 



Nancy Withrow 
Priscilla Woodward 
Donna Wright 




Webster Taylor 
Lee Towle 



Dale Wanner 
Galen Waugh 



William West 
Charles Williams 



Richard Wright 
Beatrice Wycoff 



Marie Yoder 
Gordon Young 
Margaret Young 
Gladys Ziegler 




GREENBOOK 




First Row (left to right): M. Hutchins, D. Mattmueller, G. Pankow, R. Bown, B. Ashline, Edi- 
tor; B. Hemmings, J. Morehead, J. Schlosser. Second Row: S. Truitt, D. Jackson, P. Parker, H. 
Poteet, D. Mucci, Business Manager; C. Williams, L. Flick. 



SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 




Front Row (left to right): M. Eby, M. Mayes, L. Ezold, L. Albin, L. Williamson. C. Wagner, 
L. Carlton, M. Merritts. Second Row: T. McNeill, W. Sever, J. Carlson, D. Olson, T. Hathaway, 
C. O'Donnell, R. Gardiner. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 




Milton Clark Lennura Laudermilk Wanita Stover Shirley Wade 



FOREIGN STUDENTS 



Representing their respective countries in classes and extra-curricular 
activities, our foreign students provided us with many interesting conversations 
on customs and traditions in other lands. 

We consider them to be really zealous in their efforts to study to show 
themselves "approved unto God . . . rightly dividing the word of truth." 

They are always ready to co-operate in any way, and to share their 
experiences with us. Their influence has added a cosmopolitan flavor to campus 
life. 

Our foreign students hail from Nigeria, Japan, Trinidad, Puerto Rico 
and Canada. 




Front Row: R. Ibecheole, E. Mallon, S. Sasao, E. Tikasingh, A. Otudeko, A. Sanchez, E. Ti- 
kasingh, A. Cubic, E. Mullen. Second Row: V. Moore, R. Stanford, M. Bye, I. Coghill, T. 
Starnes, G. Wetmore, R. Steeves, D. Daniels, Y. Akashi. Third Row: H. Dodge, H. Bye, A. 
McCurdy, R. Loveless, F. MacMillan, L. MacMillan, B. Mullen, L. Johnson, E. Simpson. 



BIBLE 
CERTIFICATE 

COURSE 




John C. Evans 
Frank E. Randall 



Loris W. Fair 
Allen D. Smith 

SENIORS 



Lome V. MacMillan 
Ronald J. Wirth 



Although this department was only recently organized we feel that 
already the Bible Certificate Course has been a valuable addition to the curricu- 
lum at E.N.C. The students of this special ministerial course of study have an 
earnest desire to prepare themselves for active service for the Lord. 

We appreciate the genuine ambition of these students and consider 
them a vital part of our whole program for Christian education. 




Front Row: F. Knight, M. Pitt, L. MacMillan, J. Barton, J. Evans, R. Wirth, E. Mall on, L. 
Miller. Second Row: E. Ford, L. Fair, A. Smith, F. Randall, R. Steeves, F. Shaw. 




COUNCIL 

Front Row: N. Lockwood, M. 
Goodnow. Second Row: E. 
Simpson, Mr. Cameron, Advi- 
sor; C. Pearce. 



ACADEMY 



FACULTY 




Madeline N. Nease 
Principal 



Esther Blaney 
English 



James Cameron 
Algebra, Soc. Studies 



Gene C. Smith 
French 



William A. Taylor 
Bible 








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Robert Basham 
Henry Reeves 



Nellie Dawe 
Earl Simpson 



Nancy Lockwood 
Carolyn Ward 



Ralph Pritt 
Winifred Yount 



SENIORS 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



On a college campus with col- 
lege friends, yet not in the college - 
are the Academy students. 

The social at Cameron's, the 
Christmas party at Nease's, the invig- 
orating early morning breakfast al 
Faxon Park — these were gatherings 
that gave us recreation, fun, and close 
fellowship together. 

Then there were the class! 
prayer meetings which have taughti 
us how to pray together and have 
helped to guide us in our everyday 
living for Christ. 

,Ws look ahead, anxious to be- 
come college freshmen (in snite of 
initirtion , i and we look back, grateful 
for the stabilizing and preparatory 
influence of E.N. A. 




Front Row: C. Macia, L. Stein, M. Goodnow, C. Pearce. Second Row: K. 
Nelson, W. Fabian, J. Gainer. 







"By My Spirit" 







SHARE 




Front Row: R. Clark, Pres.; Prof. Naylor, Advisor; A. John, Sec. 
Second Row: G. Hall, Chap.; E. Landers, Treas. 



"Stop, look, and go Delta," was our 
slogan on Rush Day, and fifty-two students 
managed to get on the right track. The Delta 
corner of the gym was pulsating with the 
steam, clanging bell, and chugging engine of 
a giant locomotive. 

We'd like to tell you of so many things 
. . . an outing in the Blue Hills . . . the "hike 
up the hill" . . . pork chop dinners cooked in 
aluminum foil . . . the hayride . . . the Delta- 
Zeta boat cruise. 

Friday night prayer meetings knitted 
us together. We supported our athletes all 
the way. We carry with us pleasant memories. 

"Delta doings" were many and varied 
this year. 



DELTA 




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Seated: L. Mullen, Sec.; H. Young, Pres.; S. Smith, Treas.; P. Col- 
lins, V. Pres. Second Row: R. Young, S. C. Rep.; Mr. Pearsall, 
Advisor; A. Hesemeyer, Chap. 



We wish we could tell you what a 
good year we've had. We remember Rush 
Day and the days before it when we slaved 
faithfully. At last our lighthouse began to 
take shape under our busy hands. Our beacon 
light flashed on and off, and when the day was 
over we knew that it had guided forty new 
members through the life preserver into our 
society. 

Occasional joining with other societies 
for prayer helped to improve our society 
relationships. From September to May— We 
Kappas enjoyed every minute of our society 
activities! 

Kappa capers were fun for all. 



KAPPA 





Front Row: R. Bruce, Co-ordinator; W. Trout, V. Pres.; G. Wet- 
more, Pres.; J. Moore, Sec. Second Row: J. Friend, co-ordinator; 
Prof. Hunting, Advisor; E. Pearsall, S. C. Rep. 



"Find yourself in the Sigmas," We're 
glad we made the Sigma choice, because we 
found ourselves in the Sigma society. It's 
been real fun. We're proud of our tradition 
of being peppy, enthusiastic, and cooperative. 
On Rush Day our gingerbread house looked 
like a storybook picture. Hansel and Gretel 
charmed forty-three new students into our 
midst. And what fun we had on our outing! 

As we joined in prayer meetings there 
was a deep spirit of communion and Christian 
fellowship, which helped us to forge ahead 
spiritually. 

Certainly Sigma Sal and Sigma Sam 
enjoyed a good year together. 



SIGMA 





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Front Row: T. Christensen, Pres.; T. Roberts, Sec; I. Montgomery, 
V. Pres.; J. Wagner, Treas. Second Row: K. Retter, Co-ordinator; 
M. Brown, Co-ordinator; J. Bergers, Chap. 



"Keep them spellbound!" — We, too, 
were spellbound on Rush Day as we admired 
our flying saucers against the star-spangled 
backdrop. The forty-two students who joined 
Zeta ranks rewarded our hard work— planning, 
building, painting. 

We were fulfilling our motto, "Ex- 
celsior," as we gathered for weekly prayer 
meetings and grew spiritually. Our bond of 
fellowship tightened as we played ball on the 
field and court and as we cheered our teams 
from the sidelines _ 

Zestful Zetas joined to push their so- 
ciety ahead in '53! 



ZETA 





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Front Row (left to right): F. Kelley, M. Meredith, I. Montgomery, Sec; F. Ketner, Pres.; Prof. 
Naylor, Advisor; R. Parsons, Treas.; R. Bruce, V. Pres.; D. Austin, V. Holman.. Second Row: C. 
Apple, B. Hickman, G. Hornberger, J. Williamson, D. McSavaney, G. Bryner, J. Friend, J. 
Parker, A. J. Shoff. 



We started our work early this year. 
In October we cooperated with the college ath- 
letic department in purchasing thirty-six com- 
plete new football uniforms . The new equip- 
ment made possible a greater degree of student 
participation in the games. At game time each 
society was able to outfit fully nine ball play- 
ers. 

When basketball season came around, 
we put on our ticket-sale drive, to raise funds 
for operating expenses and improvement of 
the athletic program. With his dollar and a 
quarter a student bought a box seat to eighteen 
close court contests. As a result of the sales, 
this year we were able to provide for both 
girls' and boys' games officially registered ref- 
erees. Our other project was to install a water- 
cooler in the gym. 

We met in the spring to confer mem- 
bership in the N Club on qualified athletes. 
This election provides the E.N.C. sports pro- 
gram for 1953-54 with an enthusiastic group 
of leaders. 




Francis Ketner, President 




DELTA 

Front Row: R. Lynch, J. 
Laudermilk, W. Erbe, E. 
Rosenberger, R. Wirth, 
S. Gross, H. Norris. Sec- 
ond Row: R. Clark, C. 
Williams, R. Quanstrom, 
D. Pierce, R. Briggs, R. 
Metcalfe. 



KAPPA 

Front Row: C. Anderson, 
R. Parsons, W. Hysong, 
R. MacAskill, D. Mc- 
Savaney. Second Row: J. 
Ketner, R. Holbrook, D. 
Daniels, D. Henry, D. 
Calhoun. 



SIGMA 

Front Row: P. Knight, 
W. Speakman, C. Sellers, 
E. Danielson, J. Gainer, 
B. Herren, H. Reeves. 
Second Row: G. Horn- 
berger, D. Wright, T. 
Starnes, D. Fisher, E. 
Mann, D. Jones, W. 
Chambers, D. Mucci, J. 
Friend. 




ZETA 



Front Row: M. Shene, 
W. Grace, G. Poteet. 
Second Row: K. Retter, 
D. King, W. Taylor, C. 
Wood. 



FOOTBALL 



The 1952 football season was a thril- 
ler — we never could tell till it was all over 
who would be on top. No team won more 
than three of its six games, nor less than 
two. In the two crucial Sigma-Delta con- 
tests, we suffered through two nerve-wrack- 
ing tie games - 31-31 and 12-12. The 
Black-and-Gold started strong, but their 
late-season losses to never-say-die Kappa 
and Zeta squads helped the powerful Sig- 
mas to finish first. 

We saw new faces this year on the 
gridiron, along with the old. On our All- 
Star squad were veterans Glenn Hornber- 
ger, Dick Heinlein, Wayne Speakman, 
Johnny Friend, Bob Loveless, Dave Mc- 
Savaney, Hank Reeves, Dave Daniels, and 
Karl Retter. Rookies on the squad included 
some outstanding performers: Okie Pierce, 
Roy Quanstrom, Oscar Eller, DeLyle 
Henry, Bob Briggs, Chuck Williams, and 
Bill Day. 

After the last game was over, we 
toted up the score, reflected on the fun, and 
wandered into the gym to see what the 
winter promised. 







STANDING 














Points 




W 


L 


T 


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Against 


Sigma 


3 


1 


2 


163 


85 


Delta 


2 


2 


2 


177 


134 


Kappa 


3 


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92 


183 


Zeta 


2 


4 





107 


139 







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DELTA 



Front Row: D. Mattmueller, 
M. Albright, D. Austin, G. 
Kelley. Second Row: B. 
Church, E. Jackson, P. Per- 
ham, M. Ballard. 







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KAPPA 

Front Row: A. Barlas, P. 
Davis, R. Bown, B. Gery. 
Second Row: M. Meredith, 
B. Hemmings, B. Shields, C. 
Smith. 







SIGMA 



Front Row: D. Sowers, J. 
Schlosser, R. Bruce, S. Truitt, 
E. Smith. Second Row: F. 
Kelley, J. Morehead, G. Jes- 
sop, D. Wright, E. Burgess, 
L. Nuzum. 



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ZETA 



Front Row: C. Emery, C. 
Farleigh, M. Brown, C. Mc- 
Eachern. Second Row: I. 
Montgomery, B. Fleming, G. 
Zeigler, C. Apple. 




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DELTA CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: L. Stein, L. Albin, D. 
Austin, M. Goodnow, D. Mattmueller, 
A. Clark. 




KAPPA CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: J. Shields, M. Yoder, C. 
Smith, B. Gery, P. Davis. 




Front Row: B. Church, D. Austin, M. Albright, L. Albin. 
Second Row: E. Jackson, D. Mattmueller, P. Perham, M. Ballard. 



BASK 




Front Row: B. Hemmings, A. Barlas, R. Bown, C. Smith. 
Second Row: B. Gery, L. Williamson, B. Shields, M. Meredith. 

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SIGMA CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: B. Adams, J. Schlosser, 
F. Kelley, E. Burgess, E. Smith, R. 
Bruce. 






Front Row: D. Sowers, J. Schlosser, R. Bruce, S. Truitt, E. Smith. 
Second Row: F. Kelley, J. Morehead, G. Jessop, D. Wright, E. Burgess, L. Nuzum. 



TBALL 



Front Row: C. Farleigh, M. Brown, C. Emery, C. McEachern. 
Second Bow: C. Apple, B. Fleming, G. Zeigler, I. Montgomery. 






ZETA CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: M. E. Boshart, M. 
Shene, M. Boshart. 




Front Row (left to right): 
\ R. Wright, J. Young, H. 
Dodge, R. Walters, D. 
Jones.- Second Row: J. 
Friend, T. Starnes, J. 
Sipes, E. Mann, G. 
Hornberger, W. Cham- 
bers. 




Left to Right: L. Towle, 
D. King, F. Wells, K. 
Retter, J. Wagner, C. 
Wood, R. Heinlein, T. 
Christensen, D. Grimm. 



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We won at last. After four lean, hun- 
gry years our boys took Gordon College 62 to 
60 in the first of the two traditional games. 
.The two evenly matched teams battled to the 
very last minute. When a Gordon player was 
awarded two free throws, we feared for the 
safety of our one-point lead. Under pressure, 
he missed them both. A few seconds later, 
Fran Ketner added one point for insurance, 
and the game was over. Roy Quanstrom was 
high scorer for E.N.C. with seventeen points, 
in addition to his rebound chores. 

In the first game of the evening the 
E.N.C. girls defeated Gordon girls 30 to 26. 
Team work on the offense and a determined 
well-drilled defense gave our girls the victory. 
Mabel Brown was the outstanding scorer for 
the night with twenty-three points. 

In our second meet with Gordon we lost 
60-58 because of a one-handed push shot by a 
Gordon player in the last two seconds of play. 
However, our girls' team was victorious again 
by beating the Gordon girls' team 51-39. 



CLUBS 



Our departmental clubs are reorganized every year and meet one Tuesday 
evening every month. These clubs are designed to stimulate interest in the student's 
major field and to provide information not usually offered in the classroom. 

One of the outstanding events of the clubs this year was an address on 
Neo-thomism by Dr # John Rock, S. J., of Boston College to the Bowne Philosophical 
Society. The highlight of the Psychology Club was its tour of the Frenold Institute for 
the Mentally Retarded. Tours of the literary spots in Plymouth and Concord were the 
features of the Literature Club activities. 

Other club activities included field trips, group discussions, projects, films, 
lectures, and parties. 




Astronomy Club 

Front Row (left to right): 
M. Parsons, P. Smith, H. 
West, S. Erbe, H. Bye, Dr. 
Shrader, Prof. Hunting, D. 
Mattmueller. Second Row: 
D. Kereluik, W. Grace, H. 
Henderson, W. Pynn, D. 
Penney, A. McCurdy, J. 
Duncan, G. Poteet, G. Par- 
sons, P. Parker, R. Basham, 
P. Rundlett. 





Front Row: E. Burgess, D. 
Penney, B. Gardner, Treas.; 
N. Copeland, Prof. Babcock, 
E. Tikasingh, W. Erbe, M. 
Ferguson, M. Parsons, D. 
Jackson. Second Row: V. 
Bair, A. Tikasingh, W. Hil- 
kert, J. Wagner, D. MacNeil, 
A. Hesemeyer, Chap.; V. 
Stanley, R. Ibecheole, G. 
Keys, A. Sanchez. 



Bowne 

Philosophical 

Society 

Front Row: F. Oxenford, G. 
Smith, G. Wetmore, E. Lan- 
ders, Q. Caswell, F. Ketner, 
J. Friend. Second Row: Prof. 
Rothwell, W. Lyon, D. Mc- 
Neil, N. MacPherson, R. 
Gery, C. Holman, T. Boates. 




Chemistry 
Association 



Front Row: P. Smith, R. Sever, 
Pres.; Dr. Shrader, Mr. Hunt- 
ing, C. Palella, A. McCurdy, D. 
Anderegg. Second Row: E. Ti- 
kasingh, W. Pynn, A. Pyne, N. 
Copeland, R. Krutenat, G. 
Hornberger, R. Merki. 





Fine Arts Club 



Front Row: D. Duncan, R. 
Bown, S. Haselton, Sec.-Treas.; 
Prof. Cove, A. J. Shoff, Pres.; 
B. Goodnow, V. Pres.; R. Mos- 
grove, M. Boshart. Second 
Row: L. Banker, M. Bye, B. 
Shields, B. Gery, R. Basham, P. 
Rundlett, M. Bigelow, G. Black. 



Las Estrellas 



Front Row: G. Weischedel, V. 
Morse, V. Pres.; A. Sanchez, 
Pres.; Prof. Rothwell, R. 
Freese, Treas.; M. Brown, Sec; 
R. Walters, Chap.; M. Myers. 
Second Row: G. Kelley, J. Gid- 
ney, B. Wvcoff, M. Arnold, W. 
Fabian, P. Woodward, P. Gib- 
son, A. Pruden, M. Parsons. 
Third Row: D. Wright, B. Mil- 
stead, W. Chambers, C. Ander- 
son, R. Lehto, A. Kosty, L. 
Prentice. 




Literature Club 



Front Row: (left to right): J. 
Yensco, V. Moore, I. Coghill, 
Sec.-Treas.; A. Cubie, Pres.; 
Dean Munro, Prof. Spangen- 
berg, W. Trout, Prog. Chair- 
man; H. Johnson, Prog. Chair- 
man; J. Durkee, V. Pres.; J. 
Moore, S. Martin, D. Clinger- 
man. Second Row: A. John, E. 
Mullen, C. McEachern, E. 
Jackson, D. Armstrong, J. Strot- 
man, C. Apple, I. Montgomery, 
B. Milstead, L. Harris, D. 
Shene, J. Wyman, D. Austin, 
M. Weimer, M. Merchant. 
Third Row: G. Jessop, I. Laird, 
H. Poteet, D. MacNeil, D. 
Stahl, C. Young, D. Young, W. 
Lyon, R. Parsons, H. Young, J. 
Dorothy, E. Esselstyn. 



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Psychology Club 

Front Row : R. Loomis, E. Burgess, 
D. Brumagin, R. Phillips, G. Keyes, 
H. Brake, G. Eby, D. Nylin, B. 
Church, J. Thomas, M. Insco, E. 
Mallon, S. Sasao, B. Burt, P. Brown, 

C. Oulton. Second Row : R. Plunk - 
ert, R. Handloser, G. Talbot, H. 
Bye, D. Kereluik, R. Janacek, A. 
Otudeko, E. Jones, H. West, V. 
Pres. ; Dr. Groves C. Guscott, Pres. ; 
J. Glennie, Treas. ; S. Chase, Sec. ; 
J. Bryan, E. Meyer, L. Mullen, J. 
Copp, M. Meredith, F. Kelley, 
Third Row : C. Smith, P. Davis, H. 
Kidd, I. Cove, B. Stanford, S. 
Blann, I. Higgins, C. Emery, S. 
Hancock, M. Previere, B. Hem- 
mings, A. Clark, M. Young, M. 
Miller, D. Kelly, M. Hutchins, F. 
Krier, R. Keffer, B. Adams, M. 
Whitehorn, M. Copeland, L. Shelito, 
L. Read, D. Mattmueller, N. 
Mitchell, D. Mack. Fourth Row : 

D. Crosse, K. Knudsen, W. Wood- 
bridge, G. Aubrey, R. Sullivan, A. 
Wakefield, W. Becker, A. Hese- 
meyer, K. Gibbs, A. Haiberg, E. 
Pearsall, L. Johnson, P. Knight, C. 
Smith, J. Binkley, W. Grace, D. 
White, D. Jones. 



Speech Club 



Front Row: D. Roberts, J. 
Morehead, Prof. Golden, Prof. 
Dygoski, E. Smith, J. Wagner, 
Pres.; G. Spaite, J. Schlosser, 
M. Cross. Second Row: R. Hol- 
brook, F. Williams, N. Sanford, 
J. Stratton, H. Henderson, P. 
Parker, R. Bradley, C. Wil- 
liams. Third Row: W. West, A. 
Wakefield, C. Anderson, R. 
Larsen, Q. Clingerman, D. 
Mucci, R. Mosgrove. 




W E N C 




Front Row (left to right): 
C. McEachern, M. My- 
ers, R. Metcalfe, Prog. 
Dir.; H. Bye, Tech. Dir.; 
S. Haselton, H. Reeves. 
Second Row: H. Hender- 
son, G. Waugh, K. Ed- 
wards, S. Smith, D. Bru- 
magin. 



Our campus broadcasting station, operated solely by the students, is one 
phase of school life from which we all benefit. 

Much of the twenty-four hour-a-week broadcasting was the rebroadcasting 
of the FM station WXHR. This consisted of symphonies, recordings, cantatas, operas, 
and record reviews. 

An additional feature was participation of the departmental clubs in a 
weekly program. 

Devotional messages were conducted by members of the faculty and 
student body and special music was provided by school talent. 



HOUSE COUNCIL 




Front Row (kneeling): A. 
Cubie, J. Miller. Second 
Row: C. McEachern, V. 
Pres.; H. Dodge, E. Es- 
selstyn, Sec.-Treas.; E. 
Meyer, Pres. Third Row: 
S. Truitt, P. Davis, P. 
Gibson, M. Miller, G. 
Hall, A. J. Clark, C. 
Claytor. 



Starting the year with a warm welcome to us all, the members of the Coun- 
cil sponsored the annual "Open House" for members of the community, student body, 
and faculty. Prizes were awarded for the best rooms, and a hilarious skit entitled, "The 
Lamp Went Out" was the entertaining feature of the evening. 

After-dinner prayer meetings for the girls were sponsored by the Council 
and these proved to be a blessing to all. 

A beautiful Christmas tree was set up in the parlor, and painted windows 
and festive decorations added to the beauty of the campus during the Yuletide season. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 




Front Row (left to right): M. 
Ballard, F. Kelley, M. Cope- 
land, S. Haselton, Sec.; M. 
Miller, I. Montgomery, 
Pres.; Prof. Parsons, Dr. 
Groves, M. Bye, V. Pres.; 
J. St. Pierre, C. Smith, 
Treas.; E. Blake, R. Hand- 
loser, J. Miller. Second 
Row: E. Goodale, B. Good- 
now, J. Schlosser, M. Myers, 

C. Oulton, L. Banker, J. 
Kirtz, A. Rigby, D. Kelly, 

D. Wright, M. Arnold, B. 
Hemmings, R. Mull, L. 
Mullen, A. Cubie, B. Burt, 
N. Wagner, D. Mack, S. 
Martin, G. Eby, S. Damn, 
R. Loomis. Third Row: W. 
Trout, C. McEachern, M. 

: • - . • ■"•',' '. ' ' ' ■ • ■ •„ Insco, |. Thomas, I. Strot- 

man, A. J. Shoff, D. Rein- 
hart, R. Thorpe, T. Chris- 

A Thanksgiving party started the year off right for our many mistresses of | en |® n ? ,. r° S tj- \ ^' 

the classroom. A film on "How to Use the Telephone" was featured in one meeting Holman, B. Adam s,' S. 

as an aid in teaching technique, together with other audio-visual equipment. ~ T n \, ' Mlt £, ne T u > F ; ( - )d " 

° ^ ° x do, J. Moore, F. Lovejoy. 

Later in the year, practice teaching provided topics for discussion and 
debate and much practical advice was received by all. 



ROVER CREW 




ROVER CREW COUNCIL 

Sitting (left to right): P. Knight, Prof. Babcock, E. Tikasingh. 
Standing (left to right): D. Mattmueller, W. Erbe. 



Under the leadership of Professor Bab- 
cock, the Rover Crew participated in those 
activities which are conducive to sportsman- 
ship, clean living, and an appreciation of na- 
ture. 

Their natural habitat was the cabin in 
the Blue Hills, where the boys relaxed and 
enjoyed meals cooked a la Babcock— wrapped 
in tinfoil and cooked outdoors in an open fire. 

The Rover Crew sponsors Leadership 
Training which has become the basis for the 
Youth Leadership Course in the Education 
Department this year. Rover Crew boys often 
turn out to be scoutmasters "par excellence," 
because of their training received here at 
school. 

The affiliation of the Rover Crew with 
the International Bureau of Scouting in Lon- 
don, England, as well as being chartered by 
the National Council of B.S.A. brings it into 
contact with World Youth Leadership. 




WHAT'S COOK1N ? 



We remember the dining hall. The new 
curtains with the painted autumn leaves 
drifting over them. The white-clothed 
tables — waiting for friends to be seated, 
waiting for the hostess to ask, "Coffee or 
tea? With or Without?" 

We remember standing in line at lunch 
time, and asking as we unloaded a tray of 
food at a classmate's table, "How'd you 
think you did on that Psych test?" "Have 
you started Voltaire or Racine, yet?" 

We remember Thursday nights — which 
found us either with The One in the festive 
candlelight — or stretching our necks as we 
sat at Bachelor's table to see who's dinner- 
dating who. 

We remember the head-waitress's asking 
"May I see vour tickets, please? Thank you, 
Thank you" . . . the waitress's inquiring, 
"Are you finished with the food?" . . . Mrs. 
Williamson's saying, "We'll have the an- 
nouncements now" . . . The dishroom boys' 
singing "I've got a Mansion Just Over the 
Hilltop." 

We remember "pilgrim maids" and 
thanksgiving hymns . . . political campaign 
speeches and Camera polls . . . "Hezzy's 
hill-billy singing and guitar Dlaying. We re- 
member Chef Harding's jellied salads and 
fried shrimp, and Mrs. Bower's pastrv. 

Yes, we remember the dining hall for its 
fun, flavors, and fellowship. 





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GRACE ELIADES, Vice President 



JOSEPH WILLIAMSON, President 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




OFFICERS 
President JOSEPH WILLIAMSON 

Vice President GRACE ELIADES 

Faculty Advisor PROF. ROTHWELL 

REPRESENTATIVES 



Campus Camera, Secretary 

Kappa, Treasurer 

Nautilus 

Delta 

Sigma 

Zeta 

Clubs 

W.E.N.C. 

Post Graduate 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Freshman (First Semester) 

Freshman (Second Semester) 

Bible Certificate 

Academy 



Donna Driggs 

Roger Young 

Irene Montgomery 

Ray Sever 

Red Pearsall 

Adebesi Otudeko 

Dot Shene 

Carolyn McEachern 

Don Stahl 

Ann Cubie 

Bob Merki 

Dave Daniels 

i Doyle Calhoun 

Bill Sever 

Edith Mallon 

Hank Reeves 



An ardent spring campaign a year ago 
was indicative of the liveliness of this year's 
Council leaders. 

Pep-rallies before the Gordon games 
were a new feature which helped the school 
spirit to rise as high as those gayla E.N.C. 
balloons, furnished by the Student Council. 

Everyone felt like an "old cow hand" 
at the party last fall at "Wendell Ranch." The 
Yuletide themes were revivified for all who 
attended the Christmas fine arts program. Then 
in a climax of activities, the spring semi-formal 
banquet was enjoyed in an April garden at- 
mosphere which lended to an encompassment 
of romance. 

An E.N.C. serviceman correspondence 
system, standardization of term papers, and 
sign publicity for EN.C. were the main pro- 
jects of the Council. 

G. Edmund Wallace, extra-sensory per- 
ception expert, made skillful interpretations of 
the various functions of the mind in an in- 
teresting Council sponsored program. 

Proficient Campus Day organization 
resulted in the cleanest campus ever this 
spring. 

A goal, unification of students, was 
achieved through the varied activities and 
numerous constructive discussions. 



Front Row: D. Driggs, C. McEachern. Second Row: A. Cubie, J. Williamson, G. Eliades, I. 
Montgomery. Third Row: A. Otudeko, D. Calhoun, D. Daniels, E. Pearsall, R. Young, R. Merki, 
Prof. Rothwell, Advisor. 





HERBERT DODGE, Bus. Mgr. 





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BARBARA HICKMAN, Editor 



THE CAMPUS CAMERA 




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CHRISTINE 
APPLE 



STAFF 
Editor-in-Chief BARBARA HICKMAN 

Associate Editor HELEN JOHNSON 

Business Manager HERBERT DODGE 

Columnists: William Maxwell, Floyd 
Schlosser, Waveline Trout. Sports Editors: 
Chris Apple, Harold Young. Associate Sports 
Editors: Robert Walters, Dallas Mucci. Proof 
Editor: Carol Oulton. Religious Editor: 
Edmund Jones. Feature Editors: Ann Cubie, 
Irene Montgomery. Headline Editor: Chris 
Apple. 

Reporters : Beverly Burt, Barbara 
Church, Marie Copeland, Phyllis Davis, Joy 
Dorothy, Donna Driggs, Joanne Durkee, 
Charles Guscott, Rose Handloser, Delysle 
Henry, Alfred Hesemeyer, Robert Janacek, 
Ruth Ann Loomis, Carolyn McEachern, Elsie 
Meyer, Barbara Milstead, Ethel Mullen, Lois 
Nuzum, Carol Oulton, Georgiana Spaite, Tom 
Starnes, Jean Yensco. 

Typists: Shirey Martin, Barbara 
Milstead. Artist: Abram Rose. Photographer: 
Harold Brake. Faculty Advisor: Prof. Alice 
Spangenberg. 



Rewriting hackneyed articles . . . scan- 
ning the Reader's Digest for jokes . . . trying 
to make headlines fit at 2:00 a.m. before the 
deadline. 

Somehow we survived it all and the 
Camera came out with clock-like precision 
every other Wednesday evening. We battered 
the faculty and students with hundreds of 
questions, sent out "snooping reporters" to 
every crevice of the campus, and jotted down 
each passing reaction in order to give a real- 
istic picture of our campus life. 

"Who's Who" interviews, program and 
revival reviews, faculty polls, sports analysis, 
and editorial comments all helped to produce 
a picture of E.N.C. life. We epitomized each 
other in character sketches. We lay awake 
nights dreaming up impossible situations to 
publish in "What would happen if . . ." 

The midnight oil burned often from 
the Camera office window Sometimes we 
saw traces of half-circles resting beneath the 
eyes of the loyal editor. But we are proud of 
the results— a true Camera of the Campus! 




Front Row (left to right): H. Brake, E. Jones, I. Montgomery, C. Apple, Prof. Spangenberg, 
Advisor; B. Hickman, H. Johnson, W. Trout, H. Dodge, H. Young, A. Cubie. Second Row: R. 
Loomis, J. Yencso, R. Handloser, G. Spaite, E. Mever, B. Milstead, J. Dorothy, P. Davis, E. 
Mullen, S. Martin, B. Church, D. Driggs. Third Row: G. Jessop, A. Rose, C. Guscott, T. Starnes, 
A. Hesemeyer, F. Schlosser, R. Walters, C. McEachern, C. Oulton, B. Burt. 





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QUENTIN CASWELL, Bus. Mgr. 



IRVING LAIRD, Editor 



il/ie Nautilus /m 1953 




QOHOO/0 
WETMORE 








MEYEH fUCHDKD LENTO 



STAFF 
Editor-in-Chief IRVING LAIRD 

Business Manager QUENTIN CASWELL 

Associate Editor (Script) Elsie Meyer. 

Associate Editor (Layout) Gordon Wetmore. 
Assistant Business Manager, Warren Becker. 

Staff Photographer and Darkroom Technician: 
Harold Brake. Assistant to the Photographer: 
Richard Lehto. Literary Editor: Wave Trout. 
Sports Editor: Donald Young. Personality 
Sketch Editor: Rose Handloser. Statistics 
Editor: Lloyd Johnson. Photography Editor: 
Ray Sever. 

Staff Writers: Christine Apple, Joy 
Dorothy, Eleanor Esselstyn, Edmund Jones, 
Carol Oulton. Art Staff: Phyllis Collins, Betty 
Shields. Typists: Joanne Durkee, Irene Mont- 
gomery. Assistants to the Editor: Joyce Miller, 
Dorothy Shene. Secretary to the Editor: Jane 
Moore. Secretary to the Business Manager: 
Ann Cubic Literary Advisor, Mrs. Goodnow. 
Business Advisor: Mr. Schlosser. 



Here it is - the 1953 Nautilus! We the 
staff, have worked undauntedly to achieve our 
ideals for these pages while, at the same time, 
trying to meet the rigid deadlines of the 
printer. It took the efforts of the whole staff— 
the money collected by the business manager, 
the "bored-over" articles of the writers, the 
hours spent by the photographer plus a tire- 
less effort on the part of all the rest— to make 
this Nautilus possible. 

We hope the 1953 Nautilus will mean 
as much to you as it does to us. We want it 
to speak of E.N.C. as you would— "A college 
where Christian youth may learn to adjust to 
life with the help of a Christian faculty." 

We've tried to make it say by picture 
and word what you feel each day as you at- 
tend your classes and chapel, play basketball, 
sing in the choir, and eat in the dining hall 
or the Dugout. 

When you look within its pages ten 
years from now, we want your response to be 
genuinely the same— "E.N.C, our Alma Mater, 
glorious for aye." 




Front Row (left to right): C. Oulton, G. Wetmore, Mr. Schlosser, E. Meyer, I. Laird, Q. Caswell, 
Mrs. Goodnow, W. Trout, E. Esselstyn. Second Row: R. Handloser, P. Collins, I. Montgomery, 
B. Shields, C. Apple, D. Shene, J. Dorothy, J. Moore, A. Cubie, J. Durkee, J. Miller. Third Row: 
H. Brake, E. Jones, E. Pearsall, R. Lehto, D. Young, R. Sever, W. Becker, L. Johnson. 



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"By My Spirit" 




. SERVE 




DR. 



GOULD'S 
MESSAGE 



REV. J. GLENN GOULD, D.D. 



MY DEAR FRIENDS: 

It is a great privilege to be for four years a member of a college student 
body, with time to devote to study of the great truths which have made modern civiliza- 
tion what it is, and the disposition to subject oneself to the disciplines of learning which 
are so essential to one's fullness of life. This of itself should make your college days 
memorable. But adding immeasurably to the value of these experiences is this: that 
at Eastern Nazarene College your life of inquiry is lived in an atmosphere of reverent 
love for God and worship of Him as He is revealed in the life, the suffering and death, 
and the glorious resurrection triumph of His only begotten Son, our Lord and Savior, 
even Jesus. As your pastor it has been my hallowed privilege to speak to you frequently 
on behalf of Christ. My prayer for you is that He will be crowned King in your hearts 
and that your lives will be hid with Christ in God. Without this supreme value, your 
lives will be poor indeed. But having this, all else will be enriched and sanctified. 

Yours, in the service of Christ, 



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CHURCH CHOIR 




Front Row (left to right): 
N. Newton, N. Lock- 
wood, M. Gould, A. 
John, E. Lockwood, E. 
Fliger, Director; D. 
Ward, L. Nuzum, J. 
Schlosser, F. Oddo. Sec- 
ond Row: P. Woodward, 
E. Young, C. Mann, O. 
Marple, B. Hemmings, I. 
Coghill, G. Allen, L. Al- 
len. Third Row: J. Dun- 
can, B. Smith, M. Bige- 
low, D. Henry, M. Mann, 
R. Mosgrove, D. Jones, 
R. Young, J. Anderson, J. 
Naylor, J. Young, E. 
Mann, E. Fliger. 



Every Sunday morning we are inspired by the thoughtful music of our 
Church Choir Hymns like "The House That Stood Firm" bring us into the mood for 
a devotional message. 

In the evening services and during revivals the choir members faithfully 
bring us inspirational messages in song. 

Greg Larkin did an excellent job of directing the choir until February when 
he left to accept a position at Detroit First Church of the Nazarene as minister of music. 
Since that time, Mrs. Emily Fliger has been directing the choir. Her capable leadership 
has been greatly appreciated. 



N. Y. P. S. COUNCIL 



Front Row (left to right): J. Bergers, V. Pres.; P. Zeigler, Rep.; J. Wagner, 
Sec.-Treas.; W. Trout, Rep.; A. J. Shoff, Pres. 




Under the leadership of Alice 
Jean Shoff, the N.Y.P.S. has presented a 
variety of interesting services. Trios, 
Bible readings, solos, speeches, poems, 
and prayers added to our store of spirit- 
ual wealthy 

We were exhorted to a closer 
walk with God by services like the one 
the nurses of the college planned. Other 
services showed God's many blessings 
like the one about Christian Heritage 
planned by one of the Sophomores. 

Of course we'll all remember the 
services in which Professor Naylor and 
Dean Munro challenged our minds to 
higher goals. 






MISS IRMA KOFFEL 



DR. T. W. WILLINGHAM 



REV. and MRS. PAUL HETRICK 



CHAPEL SPEAKERS 






DR. H. C. POWERS 



DR. C. L. ARMSTRONG 



REVIVALISTS 



DR. H. E. JESSOP 



DR. W. T. PURKISER 





Kauffman Lecturer 



Gould Lecturer 



STUDENT MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 




Front Row: D. McNeil, C. 
Peryea, F. Ketner, J. Friend, 
R. Rradley, D. White, Dr. 
Gould, D. Hennen, Pres.; L. 
Johnson, V. Pres.; L. Miller, 
D. Holbrook, V. Morse, H. 
Brooks. Second Row: I. 
Laird, E. Landers, R. 
Thorpe, W. Summers, V. 
Shankle, C. Holman, H. 
Knepper, E. Jones, W. 
Woodbridge, P. Knight, W. 
Lyon, P. Bowlby, F. Oxen- 
ford. Third Row: G. Wet- 
more, G. Hall, T. Boates, C. 
Guscott, G. Huff, N. Mac- 
Pherson, Q. Clingerman, D. 
Alexander, R. Gery, D. 
Stahl, H. Bye, R. Metcalfe, 
Q. Caswell. 



The Student Ministerial Association is made up of upperclassmen who are 
studying to be future ministers. The association holds several meetings during the year 
at which time visiting ministers lecture on subjects which deal directly with the ministry. 

"What Constitutes a Call?" was the subject of the chapel service sponsored 
by our Student Ministerial Association this year. Several of the members told how they 
received their calls to the ministry. We felt this subject to be a timely and helpful one, 
and appreciated the efforts of our student ministers to foster spiritual growth on campus. 



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Letters to missionaries . . . speakers 
from other countries . . . chapel services . . . 
prayer and fasting league _ . . weekly prayer 
meetings ... all these have been the activities 
of the missionary-minded students of our 
forward-moving Student Missionary Society. 

In the evening prayer meetings the 
needs of missions were made vital by Miss 
Irma Koffel, on furlough from Africa, and by 
such devices as a "Talking Box." 

After every prayer meeting each mem- 
ber drew the name of a missionary for whom 
he would especially pray during that week. 
This year effective prayer has been the em- 
phasis of the S. M. S. 

A new project has been the writing of 
letters to different fields in order to know the 
specific needs ... for without knowledge 
there can be no effective prayer. 

"Ask of me and I shall give thee the 
heathen for thine inheritance." 



Front Row: R. Crew, V. Pres.; R. Merki, Pres. Second Row: S. Truitt, Sec- 
Treas.; A. Kosti, E. Jackson, Members at large. 




Front Row: G. Fisher, L. Stein, L. Shelito, Sec; J. Copp, Treas.; D. Alexander, Pres.; A. Kosty, 
V. Pres.; E. Blake, B. Adams. Second Row: C. McEachern, F. Smith, P. Brown, S. Hancock, M. 
Brown, E. Jackson, P. Collins, D. Jackson, M. Studley. Third Row: R. Merki, L. Prentice, W. 
Fabian, C. Guscott, C. Macia, W. Kelvington, C. Peryea. 



PROSPECTIVE MISSIONARY SOCIETY 

Every Wednesday evening over thirty prospective missionaries gather in the 
missionary chapel to pray— to pray for those in other lands. 

Through the week they keep busy writing personal letters to missionaries 
and wrapping and sending boxes to the different mission fields. This year over 800 
pounds of clothing have been sent to the various mission stations. 

The largest and most challenging project was the Easter offering with the 
goal set for 800 dollars. 

But this group of young people has not only heard Christ's commands to 
pray . . . send . . _ give; they have heard His voice say "Go" . . . they have lifted their 
eyes . . . looked on the fields — India, Africa, Japan, South America, France — and have 
seen that they are white already to harvest. 

They are preparing to do His bidding — "Go ye into all the world and 
preach the gospel to every creature." 




Dedication of Our New Missionary Chapel 



Our Easter Offering Drive 




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EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION 




Front Row: Seated (left to right): R. Crew, Treas.; R. Merki, V. Pres.; G. 
Hall, Pres.; J. St. Pierre, Sec. Second Row: V. Morse, P. Zeigler, J. Bergers, 
J. Wagner, H. Bye, W. Yeager, J. Binkley. 



"EVANGELISTS FOR HIM" 

This year the Evangelistic 
Association has continued to work 
for Christ in Boston and Quincy 
and the final $200 on the carryall 
has also been paid. 

New work has been started 
.... a Sunday school for the chil- 
dren of South Boston .... helping 
with child evangelism at Brockton 
.... supplying musical talent every 
Sunday evening at Dorchester. 

The challenge the Evange- 
listic Association presents this year 
is the challenge of winning Souls. 
That challenge is to "Go out into 
the highways and the hedges and 
compel them to come in that my 
house mavbe full." 




VIKINGS 

R. Clark, E. Pearsall, J. Friend, G. Wetmore 



KING'S MEN 
H. Stetson, R. Henck, P. Rundlett, E. Simpson 




C. McEachern, I. Montgomery 
S. Haselton 



CAROLETTES 

A. J. Shoff, T. Roberts, N. Withrow 



E. N. C. 




KING'S HERALDS 

T. Starnes, W. Sunberg, D. Stahl, R. Metcalfe 



MESSENGERS 

W. Speakman, T. Christensen, J. Parker 



A CAPPELLA CHOIR 




Front Row (left to right): S. 
Haselton, E. Henck, J. Mer- 
riman, L. Carlton, Mrs. Wil- 
liamson, Director; H. Nease, 
P. Brown, I. Cove, H. John- 
son. Second Row: D. Matt- 
mueller, P. Gibson, G. Jes- 
sop, E. Meyer, J. Thomas, 
M. Copeland, I. Coghill, J. 
Moore, M. Albright. Third 
Row: F. Krier, T. Roberts, 
E. Rosenberger, P. Rundlett, 
R. Montgomery, E. Land- 
ers, W. Erbe, B. Fleming, J. 
St. Pierre. Fourth Row; D. 
Jones, G. Waugh, F. Har- 
vey, I. Laird, A. Pyne, D. 
Harding, J. Young, J. Glen- 
nie, G. Wetmore, T. Starnes, 
D. Blaney, J. Anderson, W. 
Woodbridge. 



MEISTERSINGERS 



Front Row: M. Myers, E. 
Fields, B. Ashline, D. 
Brown, E. Henck, B. Burt, 
R. Handloser, J. Cross, L. 
Flick, P. Brown, E. Long, 
J. Yensco, R. Loomis, Prof. 
Williamson. Second Row: L. 
Banker, E. Jackson, J. 
Schlosser, Sec.-Treas.; £. 
Rickert, R. Mull, R. Keffer, 
D. Armstrong, M. Previere, 
S. Blann, D. Jackson, R. 
Mosgrove, Bus. Manager. 
Third Row: D. Calhoun, D. 
Mattmueller, D. Austin, A. 
Clark, R. Freese, M. Miller, 

B. Hemmings, P. Wood- 
ward, J. Barton, F. Oddo, B. 
Shields, L. Harris, M. 
Young, R. Mosgrove, D. 
MacPherson, P. Parker. 
Fourth Row: R. Larson, S. 
Erbe, Pres.; S. Henck, R. 
Briggs, R. Lehto, D. Pen- 
ney, G. Parsons, C. Ander- 
son, S. Gross, R. Basham, 

C. Sweigart, H. Dodge, D. 
Jones, J. Binkley. 




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THE MESSIAH 




BETTY JANE MacPHERSON 

Soprano 

FRANK HARVEY 
Tenor 

OLIVE MARPLE 

Pianist 



DONALD DAVIS 
Bass 

GREG LARKIN 

Organist 

ESTHER WILLIAMSON 
Contralto, Director 



Once again the combined choirs of the 
church and college presented Handel's "Mes- 
siah" to capacity audiences. 

Although the oratorio is performed 
here every year, we feel that the "Messiah" is 
a vital part of E.N.C. and that the words are 
sung as unto' the Lord with a ring of sincerity 
and praise throughout. 

Mrs Esther Williamson, our Director 
and contralto soloist, helps us to re-enact the 
birth of Christ in music— "King of Kings, and 
Lord of Lords! Hallelujah!" 



FROM THE STAFF OF 

THE NAUTILUS FOR 1953 . . . 



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• TO THE FAITHFUL CHURCH CONSTITUENCY 

who by their support have helped make possible 
an outstanding NAUTILUS. 

• TO THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMERCIAL CONCERNS 

whose generous response indicated a 
spirit of interest and good will. 



TO THE PARENTS OF STUDENTS 

who by their contributions to the 
Boosters' Club have greatly 
added to the success of this book. 



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WOUASTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

The College Church 




REV. J. GLENN GOULD, D.D., Fastor MRS. EMILY FLIGER, Minister of Music 

CORDIAL in spirit EVANGELISTIC in emphasis BIBLICAL in message 

The Students' Church Home Away From Home 

COMPLETELY LOYAL to the gospel of full salvation 



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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Spruce and Smith Sts. 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



Stanley Brown 
Stanley Sylvaria 
Mrs. Dorothy Grew 



S. S. Supt. 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. 

N. M. S. Pres. 




C. NEAL HUTCHINSON 

Minister 



A church whose faith is spoken of around the world 



CAMBRIDGE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

234 Franklin Street 

Cambridge, Massachusetts 

S. S. Superintendent John S. Burgess 

N. Y. P. S. President Louise Book 

W. F. M. S. President Mrs. Maude Brigham 

OUR BEST WISHES and PRAYERS 
TO THE CLASS OF '53 

CLARENCE L. ARNOLD, Pastor 



TO THE 
CLASS OF '53 

OUR CONGRATULATIONS 

and 

PRAYER FOR YOUR SUCCESS 



Church of the Nazarene 

Green at Short St. 
Melrose, Mass. 

R. E. HOWARD. Pastor 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Gardiner, Maine 

J. W. TURPEL, Pastor 
P.C.I. Class of 13 




GOD BLESS OUR LOVELY E. N. C. 
AND THE HONOR CLASS OF '53 

"Contending for the faith" 

A Friendly Church 

with a 

Fervent Message 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

MANCHESTER 

469 Main Street 
Manchester, Conn. 



Congratulations 
Class of '53 





CONGRATULATIONS 


CONGRATULATIONS 


and God's Best for You, Class of '53 


CLASS OF '53 






The 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


NEW HAVEN 


51 First Street 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


LOWELL, MASS. 


"The Church with a Welcome" 
79 Lawrence St. 


"When in our city test our 
friendly welcome" 


New Haven, Connecticut 


ERNEST R. BRADLEY, Pastor 

Parsonage: 247 Beacon St. 

Telephone 2-9342 


Parsonage 

136 Helen St. 
Hamden 14, Connecticut 

Phone: 2-6695 



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Best Wishes from 



MALDEN CHURCH 

Back of E. N. C. with Faith and Funds 

to 

Publish the Timeless Message in a Timely Manner 



Church 
Judson Sq., Maiden, Mass. 



Minister 
Anthony B. Sampson 





CONGRATULATIONS 


CONGRATULATIONS 


CLASS OF 1953 


to the 




CLASS OF '53 






CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




74 Snow Street 


PEOPLE'S 


Fitchburg, Mass. 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


REV. CURTIS L. STANLEY, Pastor 


Marching Under the Banner of 




"Holiness Unto the Lord" 




Since 1887 




Ashmoht and Plain 




PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 


A FRIEND 


A. LEWIS PAYNE, Pastor 




271 Ohio Avenue Phone HO-1-5848 





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LIVERMORE FALLS 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Pleasant and Wheeler Streets 
Livermore Falls, Maine 

CONGRATULATIONS - CLASS OF '53 
Pledging Our Best to E.N.C. AUSTIN H. WRIGHT, Pastor 

"That in all things He might have the pre-eminence." Colossians 1:18 

South Portland 
Church of the Nazarene 




176 Sawyer Street South Portland, Maine 



H. B. WARD, Minister 
Class of '29 

When in "Vacationland" plan to stop by and worship with us. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF '53 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

EVERETT, MASS. 

NATHAN A. ADAMS, Pastor 
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Church of the Nazarene 

33 Myrtle St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

WE CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF '53 

Our Church is glad to support E.N.C. 
with our - money and our youth 





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STUDENTS: 












Barbara 


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Thomas 


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David Penney 







John B. Nielson 
Pastor 



West Somerville, Mass. 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Davis Square 

supports E.N.C. 
with 



Davis Square 
Somerville, Mass. 



PRAYERS 

STUDENTS 

FINANCES 

Proclaiming the Good News of the Kingdom for 52 years 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

First Church of the Nazarene 

Bath. Maine 







J. LYAL CALHOUN, Minister 
Class of 1943 



Maritime District 

CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '53 



Here are open doors 
for consecrated workers 



J. H. MacGREGOR, Dist. Supt. 
55% Havelock St. 

AMHERST, NOVA SCOTIA 



GREETINGS 


CONGRATULATIONS 


to the 


Class of '53 


STUDENTS OF E. N. C. 




and the 




CLASS OF '53 


Hamilton, Ontario 


from 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Ontario District 


92 Ottawa St., N. 


REV. THEODORE MARTIN 




District Superintendent 


RORERT F. WOODS, Minister 



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WHEN IN TORONTO BE SURE TO VISIT 

SL CLAIR CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1277 St. Clair Ave. West 




WILLIAM D. ECKEL, Minister 



"ON THE AIR" 

The St. Clair Revival Hour 

CKFH Sunday, 7-8 P.M. 

"The Only Sunday Evening Church 
Service Now on the Air in Toronto" 

ELDON R. LEHMAN, Music Director 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '53 



TORONTO'S 

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 
Cowan Ave. at Melbourne 

WHEN IN TORONTO 

VISIT FIRST CHURCH 

H. R. BROWN, Minister 



CONGRATULATIONS to CLASS of '53 
from 

Allentown Nazarenes 

llth and Wyoming Sts. 
ALLENTOWN, PENNA. 

L. G. GORDON, Minister 



C. L. Peachy 
Richard Simons 
Ruth Galusha 



N. Y. P. S. Pres. 

S. S. Supt. 

N. F. M. S. Pres. 



• Passion 
A Church With • Vision 

• Action 



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- OUR SALUTE TO THE CLASS OF 1953 



WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA 
DISTRICT 



G. E. HUDSON 

District Treasurer 

EARL C. WOLF 

D strict Church School 
Chairman 




CHESTER M. WILLIAMS 

District Secretary 

MRS. NELSON HENCK 

District W. F. M. S. 
President 



ERNEST E. GROSSE 
District Superintendent 

DON R. HOFFMAN, District N. Y. P. S. President 



ADVISORY BOARD 

F. D. Ketner 
A. G. McKenzie 

G. E. Hudson 
Robert Radcliffe 



E. N. C. TRUSTEES 

E. E. Grosse 

F. D. Ketner 
Ear] C. Wolf 
A. C. McKenzie 



DISTRICT CENTER 
CAMP MEETING GROUNDS - North East Maryland 

(Highway Route 40) 



Annual District Assembly- 
May 20-22 



Annual District Camp Meeting 
August 7 to 16 



Annual District N.Y.P.S. Institute Annual Dist. Preachers' Convention 
Aug. 31 to Sept. 5 October 5 to 7 at West Chester, Pa. 

Dr. Roy Smee, Speaker 



Boys' Camp — July 6 to 11 



Girls' Camp - July 13 to 18 



District Slogan: "UNCTION FOR ACTION!" 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

"IN BEAUTIFUL EDMONDSON VILLAGE" 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

JAMES R. BELL, Pastor 





CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '53! 



Church of the Nazarene 


Compliments of the 


Conowingo Road 




BEL AIR, MD. 


FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 


JOHN E. NORTH, Minister 
Phone 629-W 


Nazareth Pike and 




Woodlawn Avenue 


• 


Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 


CONGRATULATIONS 


• 


TO THE CLASS OF '53 


REV. A. C. MacKENZIE, Pastor 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

MacDade Blvd. 
COLLINGDALE, PA. 



STAFF 



F. D. Ketner 
Bettie McFarland 
Frank Gery, Sr. 
Jack Laufer 
Ann Arbuckle 



Minister 

Minister of Music 

S. S. Supt. 

Y. P. President 

N. M. S. President 




F. D. Ketner 



CONGRATULATES 

Our graduates in Class of '53 
Florence Kelley, Francis Ketner, Jr. 

GREETINGS 

To all our students — Rebecca Brown, Blanche Gery, Ray Gery, Jerrold Ketner, 
John Sipes, Jr., Clara Travis 

TEST OUR WELCOME 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

508 Oldtown Road 
CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND 




CONGRATULATIONS 



to 



THE CLASS OF '53 



H. E. HECKERT, Minister 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '53 



Deepwater, N. J. 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Broadway & Clark 



HENRY R. DeSHAW, Minister 




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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1953 

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

12th and Spring Garden Sts. 

EASTON, PENNA. 

REV. LUKE J. BRINKER, Pastor 
SERVICES 



Church School 


9:30 a.m 


Worship 


10:30 a.m. 


N.- Y. P. S. 


6:45 p.m 


Evangelistic 


7:30 p.m. 


Mid-week Wed. 


7:30 p.m. 



Holiness For evermore 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '53 


GOD BLESS YOU 
CLASS OF '53 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




Westside Ave and Church St. 


TRINITY 


Hagerstown, Md. 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


• 


Hanover, Pa. 




REV. JOHN L. PARRY 


FRED M. HENCK, Pastor 


Minister 




"Preserving Our Youth Potential" 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 


"Growing Future E.N.C 


'ers 


GRADUATING CLASS OF 1953 


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Immanuel Church 


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of the Nazarene 




LANSDALE, PA. 


NELSON G. MINK, Minister 


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Pine Glen 


PRESENT E.N.C. STUDENTS 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Robert Merki 




Paul Ziegler 


RORERT L. JONES, Pastor 


Eldon Rosenberger 






Mattawana, Pa. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '53 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Oxford, Pennsylvania 



EARL C. WOLF, Minister 
Edward L. Sumner S. S. Supt. 

Mrs. Nakada Charlton N. F. M. S. Pres. 

Loy Parsons N. Y. P. S. Pres. 



"In the heart of the town 
to serve the towns heart" 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1953 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Pine and Freedley Streets 

Norristown, Pa. 

OFFICERS 
S. S. Supt. Donald V. Retter 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. Kenneth Schubert 

N. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. Walter Hoopes 

Secretary Mrs. Alice Keehn 

Treasurer Walter H. Hoopes 

CHESTER M. WILLIAMS 
Minister 

"When near Philadelphia . . . Visit Us." 



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Church of the Nazarene 

Royersford, Penna. 



SUNDAY: 

9:45 a.m. Sunday School 

10:45 a.m Morning Worship 

6:45 p.m. N.Y.P.S. 

7:45 p.m. Evangelistic Serv 



ice 



WEDNESDAY: 

7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting 



Rev. R. E. Zollinhofer 



CALVARY CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Center Avenue and Fourth St. 
Reading, Pennsylvania 

SUNDAY SERVICES 

Sunday Bible School 9:30 a.m. 



Worship 
N.Y.P.S. 

Evangelistic Service 



10:30 a.m. 
6:45 p.m. 
7:30 p.m. 



OUR RADIO PROGRAM 

"Echoes From Calvary" over WEEU, 
Reading, Pa., 850 on the Dial. Every Sunday 
morning, 8:30-9:00. Sustained by the Hawley 
Broadcasting Co. 

Mid-Week Service 

Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. 

REV. G. THOMAS SPIKER, Minister 
1209 N. 5th Street, Reading, Pa. 
Parsonage Phone 29890 

Church Phone 29785 
Ad purchased by the N. Y. P. S. 
Daniel Moser, President 



A Friend 



Nazarene Young People's Society 
800 Johnson Street 

Salisbury Md. 

"Let no man despise thy youth" 



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Compliments of 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Euclid and Hampton Streets 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

BOYD M. LONG, Pastor 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

16th and Webster Streets, N.W., Washington, D. C. 

ROY F. STEVENS, Pastor 




A Center of Holiness Evangelism in the Nation's Capital 




FIRST CHURCH 
of the NAZARENE 

West Chester, Pa. 

CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '53 

DON R. HOFFMAN, Minister 



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Akron District 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



O. L. BENEDUM, District Superintendent 




O. L. Benedum 



E.N.C. TRUSTEES 

O. L. Benedum 
D. D. Palmer 
L. W. Durkee 
F. R. Young 



C. B. WOOD 

District Secretary 

RUTH HANKS 

District Treasurer 



ADVISORY BOARD 
D. D. Palmer 
C. D. Taylor 
L. W. Durkee 
Willis Rousle 



MRS. D. D. FALMER 

District N. F. M. S. President 

J. DONALD FREESE 
IV. Y. P. S. District President 



CONGRATULATIONS AND GOD BLESS YOU 
CLASS OF 1953 



GLORY! 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Tallmadge Ave. at Howard 



Akron 10, Ohio 



REV. C. D. TAYLOR, Pastor 




WE CONGRATULATE THE 
CLASS OF '53 



Our Church is glad to support E.N.C. with our money and our youth 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '53 

Church of the Nazarene 

S. Linden at E. Summit 
ALLIANCE, OHIO 



S. S. Supt. 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. 

N. F. M. S. Pres. 



Lester L. Brock 

Jerry Shook 

Mrs. Kenneth Foley 



CLYDE B. WOOD 
Pastor 



Compliments of 



Arlington Street 
Church of the Nazarene 



799 So. Arlington 



AKRON, OHIO 



REV. H. H. MARVIN, Pastor 



Compliments of 

Church of the Nazarene 

BARBERTON, OHIO 

3fnt ($ub anb ^olincaa 

DARRELL ALLGOOD, S. S. Supt. 




R. P. IRELAND, Pastor 



Jefferson Church of the Nazarene 

57 East Satin Street 

JEFFERSON'S FRIENDLY CHURCH 
J. A. RODGERS, Pastor 



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CONGRATULATIONS FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF 1953 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Third St., and Herbruck Ct., N.E., Canton, Ohio 

D. D. PALMER, Pastor 
Our Continued Support Is Pledged 




• Respect for 

the past 

• Progress for 

the present 

• Vision for 

the future 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Walnut at St. Clair Avenue 
EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO 



REV. C. L. RODDA 



Minister 



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KENMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Corner Iona Ave. at N. Twelfth St. 



AKRON, OHIO 



Milton L. Bunker 





CONGRATULATIONS 



to the 



CLASS OF 1953 



from 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
New Philadelphia, Ohio 



157 



CONGRATULATIONS 
to the 
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1953! 

May God richly bless you 
as you begin your life work 



Psalm 37:3 



WILLIS R. SCOTT 
Pastor 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

208 So. Canal Street 
NEWTON FALLS, OHIO 

"The church where you are always welcome 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Corner Liberty and High Sts. 
PAINESVILLE, OHIO 

CHURCH OFFICERS 

S. S. Supt. William Pritchard 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. Ruth Hungerford 

W. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. Nellie Hoffman 

REV. DANIEL C. HOFFMAN 

Pastor 

224 Liberty Street Painesville, Ohio 

Phone 22560 

A Warm Welcome Always Awaits You 
at This Friendly Church 




CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS 

OF 

1953 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
SERRING, OHIO 

GEORGE O. COLE, Pastor 

Wholeheartedly Supporting 

A Whole Gospel For the Whole World 

Through the Whole Church 



WORSHIP WITH US 

SUNDAY 

Church School 

Worship Hour 

Youth Groups 

N.Y.P.S. 

Hi-N.Y. 

Evangelistic Service 

WEDNESDAY 

Prayer and Fasting 
Hour of Power 

FRIDAY 

Cottage Prayer Meeting 



9:15 a.m. 

10:30 a.m. 

6.30 p.m. 

Velma Mahaffy 

President 

Ruth Fawcett 

President 

7:30 p.m. 



6:30 p.m. 
7:30 p.m. 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Dawson at First 

UHRICHSVILLE, OHIO 



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Never a Stranger Here 

SINCERE AND PRAYERFUL 
SUPPORT FROM 



FIRST 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




WARREN, OHIO 



CLARENCE J. HAAS, Minister 



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THIRTEEN MILLION SOULS • WORLD'S GREATEST MISSION FIELD 



THE 

NEW YORK DISTRICT 

Extends Warm Greetings to 
Administration 



Faculty 



Students 



Friends 



of 



EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 



ROBERT I. GOSLAW, Superintendent 



To the Class of '53- 

CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

First Church of the Nazarene 
Youngstown, Ohio 



EDWARD S. BARTON, Minister 



GREETINGS from 

Beacon 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1 Teller Avenue 
BEACON, N. Y. 



SUNDAY MORNING 

9:45 a.m. Bible School 
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 

SUNDAY EVENING 

7:00 p.m. N.Y.P.S. 

7:30 p.m. Preaching Service 

WEDNESDAY EVENING 

7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 

REV. JAMES COLLOM, Pastor 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

KIEL AVE. - BUTLER, N. J. 

HOWARD R. OLSEN, Pastor 



Congratulations 

to 

Joyce Miller, 

our first E.N.C. 

Graduate 

and 

Class of '53 




Standing: Joyce Miller, Marlene Vanderhoff, Mildred Ahlrard 
Seated: Robert Briggs 

The Butler Church Believes Wholeheartedly in E.N.C. 



Compliments of 
of 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hudson Street 

(V 2 Block off Rt. 46) 

Dover, N. J. 



H. E. McCLAIN, Pastor 







Kingston, New York 

Rejoices with you 

for the good year of God's blessing 

at E.N C. 



F. F. FIKE, Pastor 
54 Wiltwyck Ave., Kingston, N. Y. 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Ocean Avenue, East Rockaway, N. Y. 

"Long Island's Holiness Center" 

We salute Eastern Nazarene College and the Graduating Class of 1953. Our Church 
is working hand in hand with you in the great task of spreading scriptural holiness 
throughout the earth. 

Twenty-two present or for- 
mer members of our church 
have been E.N.C. students. 



DONALD H. STRONG 

Minister 
An E.N.C. graduate 

124 Garfield PI. 
E. Rockaway, N. Y. 

We are located x k mile south 
of Rte. 27, the Sunrise High- 
way. 




From 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

108th St. and 95th Ave. 
RICHMOND HILL, N. Y. C, NEW YORK 

"The holiness evangelistic center in central Queens" 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '53 

ROBERT J. SHOFF, Pastor 
Class of '40 



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Albany District 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



RENARD D. SMITH, District Superintendent 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '53 



District Office and Parsonage 

229 W. Pleasant Ave. 

SYRACUSE 5, N. Y. PHONE 4-4848 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Ninety-First at Read 
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. 

Everybody Comes to Niagara Falls! 
Attend services with us while you are here. 

PAUL S. GILMORE, Pastor 



We Congratulate the Class of 1953 



Congratulations from the 

tyiMt Ghutck off ttte, 

Cedar and Holdridge Streets 
Zlmisia, Afeiu Ifo^h 

A reverence for the past— 

A program for the present— 
A vision far the future. 

STANFORD E. ERNEST, Pastor 

813 South Broadway 

Telephone 2-2124 

THE SINGING CHURCH OF ELMIRA' 



Congratulations 

Class of 

1953 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Watertown 
New York 



PAUL ANDREWS, Pastor 



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CONGRATULATING OUR STUDENTS 

and 

BACKING EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

185-187 Broad St. 
PLATTSBURG, NEW YORK 

Phone 2510 
MERWYN D. GRAY, Pastor 5 Morrison Avenue, Phone 1522 

A Growing Church, Preaching the Word in a Growing Community 



165 




SALUTES 
HER E.N.C. 
STUDENTS 

June Thomas 
Dick Krutenat 
Malcolm Shene 

Marie Hutchins 
Lloyd Prentice 



Morris E. Wilson 
Minister 



LAKE AVE. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

99 Stonewood Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 



THE FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Cannon and W. Newell Streets 
SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 




WE CONGRATULATE 
THE CLASS OF 1953 

OUR CHURCH 
LOVES E N.C. 

JOHN D. RHAME, Minister 



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CONGRATULATIONS! 

NEIL M. MacPHERSON 

and 

CLASS OF 1953 

WILMINGTON 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Wilmington, N. Y. 

AND HER E.N.C. STUDENTS 
Shirley A. Halseton 
Keith Hardy 
David L. MacPherson 

A Welcome 
Awaits You 

in the 

Heart 

of the 
Adirondack^ 

WALTER S. MacPHERSON, Sr.. Pastor 




COLLEGE HILL 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

3600 Fourth Ave. 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Wishing E.N.C. the 

Very Best for 1953 

and for the Years 

to Come. 



RUSSELL J. LONG, Minister 
Phone 5946 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF '53 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

55 North Bennett St. 

Bradford, Penna. 



Church School Supt. 
N. Y. P. S. Pres. 
F. M. S. Pres. 



Mr. P. K. Grennon 

Mrs. Willis Deitz 

Mrs. Harry Miller 



W. GORDON GRAVES, Pastor 
Phone 7297 




CIRCLEVILLE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

R. D. 4, Irwin, Pa. 

"Holiness is our watch- 
word and song," and may 
E.N.C. ever he a school 
to hold high the banner 
of holiness. God bless you. 

THOMAS S. FOWLER, Pastor 



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N. F. M.S. Convention 
N. Y. P. S. Convention 
District Assembly 
July 20 -24 



District Preachers' Meeting 
October 19-21 



Pittsburgh District 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



REV. R. F. HEINLEIN, District Superintendent 



E. N. C. TRUSTEES 
R. F. Heinlein 
A. H. Elsey 

Maurice R. Emery 
Robert M. Ingland 




ADVISORY BOARD 
W. Gordon Graves 
A. H. Elsey 
Maurice R. Emery 
Robert M. Ingland 



N.Y.P.S. INSTITUTE 
AUGUST 12-16 



DISTRICT CAMP MEETING 

ALAMEDA CAMP GROUNDS 

BUTLER, PA. 

JULY 2-12 



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Our Prayer 

For Eastern Nazarene College 

Spiritual Young People 

Called of Cod 

Trained to Serve 



Sunday School Stipt. 
Young People's Pres. 
Missionary Pres. 
Teen-age Director 
Junior Supervisor 
Music Director 



Ray Williams 

Paul Elsey 

Elberta Phillips 

Ray Campbell 

Kate Fry 

Irene Sarber 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 
FALLS at BEAVER 

New Castle, Penna. 

G. R. SARBER, Pastor Phone 3968-R 



Congratulations, Class '53 

FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Washington, Pa. 

CLARENCE E. NEIDERHISER, Pastor 

Let no man despise thy youth; 
but be thou an example of the 
believers, in word, in conversa- 
tion, in charity, in spirit, in 
faith, in purity. — I Tim. 4:12. 



PARK STREET CHURCH 

Cor. Park and Tremont Sts., Boston 

DR. HAROLD JOHN OCKENGA, Minister 

Services 

9:00 and 10:30 A.M.; 7:30 P.M. 

COLLEGIATE CLUB & SNACK SUPPER 

6:00 P.M. - Hawey Room 

Broadcasts: WLAW (680) 10:45 A.M. 
WHDH (850) 7:35 P.M. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF 1953 




SNACKS 



• FELLOWSHIP • 



R. W. HARDING 

Food service manager 
of E.N.C. 



YOUR DUGOUT 



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NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 



EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE CLASS OF 53 



ADVISORY BOARD 

J. Glen Gould 

H. Blair Ward 

Wesley G. Angell 

Herbert H. Pyne 

District Secretary 
Richard E. Howard 

District Treasurer 
Herbert H. Pyne 




Chairman 

Dist. Ch. School Board 

C. L. Arnold 

President N. Y. P. S. 
John B. Neilson 

President N. F. M. S. 
Ann K. Stead 

Junior Director 
Mildred Maybury 

Camp Manager 
Robert W. Carlson 



J. C. ALBRIGHT 
District Superintendent 



"Crusade for Souls NOW!" 

DISTRICT PROGRAM 

N. F. M. S. Convention Wollaston, June 22-23 

Annual Assembly Wollaston, June 24-26 

District Camp Meeting North Reading, Mass., July 3-12 

Workers: Rev. Howard Sweeten, Rev. Roy Sellick and Vessey Stemm 

N. Y. P. S. Camp Institute North Reading, July 27- August 1 

Boys' and Girls' Camps Idlewild and Kinneawtha August 24-29 

Church School Conventions September 28-29 

Annual Preachers' Meeting November 30-December 2 

Know God — Be Strong — Do Exploits 



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Administration Building 

EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 

"Graceful branches lifted heavenward, sun-crowned 'for our view, 
Stand the elms upon our campus, reaching to the blue. 
Shady walks beneath the foliage, flowering beauty rare; 
Blessed by nature how we love Thee, Alma Mater fair . . ." 

SUMMER SESSION BEGINS JUNE 13 
FIRST FRESHMAN CONVOCATION SEPTEMBER 10 

"There Is No Substitute For Christian Education . . ." 



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THE BUILDERS OF THE FLOYD NEASE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



Compliments of 



EDWARD T. DWYER CONTRACTING CORP. 

Sand, Gravel, Loam and Filling 
Shovels, Bulldozers, Trucks for Rent 

55 Elmwood E. Braintree, Mass. 

Telephone - BR 2-1111 



Compliments of " GR 2-8660 

BLACKER & SHEPARD LUMBER CORPORATION 

10 Newport Ave. 
North Quincy, Massachusetts 



METHERALL & McCAUSLAND 

676 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 

Plumbing and Heating 

Estimates Furnished GR 2-5468 



Agent for Wolverine Porcelain Roofing Tile 

NORMAN W. PEMBERTON, Inc. 

Sheet Metal Work - Slate 
Tin and Gravel Roofing 

141 Newport Avenue Wollaston, Mass. 

Office Tel. GRanite 2-5078 



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THE BUILDERS OF THE FLOYD NEASE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

GEO. L. SLACK CO. 

Elevators 

ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL MACHINERY 

Electrical - Mechanical - Hydraulic Installing - Repairing - Maintaining 

370 Atlantic Avenue Boston 10, Mass. 

Telephone Liberty 2-1636-7-8 

GRANITE CITY ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 

Wholesalers 

19 Quincy Avenue Quincy, Massachusetts 

Telephone GRanite 2-6500 



Compliments 
of 

John Cattaneo 



Hancock Paint 
& Varnish Co. 

53 West Squantum St. 
North Quincy 



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THE BUILDERS OF THE FLOYD NEASE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 





PORTO PRODUCTS CORP. 


QUINCY LUMBER CO. 




610 Southern Artery 


Fine Custom Millwork 


Quincy 69, Mass. 


• 




BENTHAM 


C. P. GARDINER & SONS 


ALBERT E. BENTHAM 


GENERAL CONTRACTORS 


Ass't. Treas. and General Manager 


Ready-Mixed Concrete 




Power Shovel Excavating 


Walpole, Massachusetts 




Tel. Walpole 200 


99 Myrtle St. North Quincy. Mass. 





Compliments 
of 

L. G. S. 



DUANE BUILDING and 
WRECKING CO. 

600 Southern Artery 
Quincy, Mass. 



SETTLES GLASS CO. 

Washington Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



EASTERN SHADE AND 
SCREEN CO. 



104 Park St. 
20 John Street 



Hyannis, Mass. 
North Quincy, Mass. 



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THE BUILDERS OF THE FLOYD NEASE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



CONGRATULATIONS 

L ANTONELLI IRON WORKS 

Manufacturers of 

Structural Steel - Ornamental Iron 

and 

Building Specialties 



177 WILLARD ST. 



MAyflower 9-3600 



Film Service 



Bus Tickets 




College Bookstore 

CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS OF 1953 
Student Supplies 



Bibles 



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;,« ICE 

"Made for Particular People" 

VISIT OUR DAIRY RAR 

Delicious Food — Nicely Served 

Atrractive Surroundings 

Appealing Prices 

Business Men's Luncheon 

Special Dinners 

Open Daily until 7 P.M. 

Central Avenue & Eliot St., Milton 
Bluehills 8-7850 



RICHARD J. GORMAN 

'The Jewelry Store on Beale Street'' 




"Jackie" Gagnon serves Doris Mattmueller 

DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS 
from 60.00 up 

Hamilton WATCHES Elgin 

Parker '51 Eversharp 

Sterling: Wallace, Reed & Barton 
Heirloom, Watson, Lunt 



Welch'*. 

CAMERA CENTER 

Everything for the photographer 
including helpful advice . . . 



Photo Equipment 
Movie Equipment 

Developing and Printing Color Films 

Greeting Cards 

680 Hancock Street, Quincy 70, Mass. 
PResident 3-6077 



WESTLANDS 

SPORTING GOODS 

EQUIPMENT FOR EVERY SPORT 

11 Revere Rd. Quincy PR 3-1133 

(A stone's throw from Sears) 

MID-TOWN RADIO SERVICE 

MOTOROLA - ZENITH 

Prompt Service 

649 Hancock St. 

Next to Quincy Trust Company 

Wollaston 70, Mass. 

(13 Years in the Same Location) 



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W. C. LAHUE, INC. 




GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Lowell, Mass. 



'Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it." 

-Psalm 127:1. 



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QUINCY'S LARGEST AND 
MOST BEAUTIFUL 



FUNERAL HOME 
AND CHAPEL 



DEWARE BROTHERS 

Donald M. Deware 

and 
Robert M. Deware 

Telephone GR 2-1137 

576 Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 



REGISTERED FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 



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84 YEARS OF GROWTH 



FROM 

COAL DEALER 

TO 

COMPLETE HEATING MERCHANT 

Serving the South Shore 

with 

The Finest in Heating Equipment 

and 

Pedigreed Fuels 



GENERAL MOTORS 

DELCOHEAT 



OIL BURNERS 




GENERAL (iGf/JWh ELECTRIC 
HEATING WfMSE)) EQUIPMENT 



SHEPPARD COAL & OIL CO 



1520 HANCOCK ST. (opp. Remick's) 



Established 1869 



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THE HARRIS COMPANY 




188 Commercial St. 


Compliments 


Portland, Maine 


of 




ENTERPRISE 


Marine and General Hardware 


STORES 


Paints and Varnishes 




Marine Electronics 


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Quincy, Mass. 


WHOLESALE RETAIL 





n^W 


JOHN J. GALLAGHER, Inc. 


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Building Materials and Hardware 


fflHmiu 


General Offices and Main Yard 


millUM 


100 Federal Avenue 


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Quincy, Mass. 

• 


The Friendliest Store on the 
South Shore 


Retail Store and Branch Yard 

North Quincy, Mass. 




Telephones 


Quincy, Mass. 


PResident 3-2360 PResident 3-8180 



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102 Years of 



EXPERIENCE TO HELP 



US SERVE YOU 



BETTER 



H. P. HOOD & SONS 



MILK 



• • 



CREAM 



Sensational 

Service of 

Taste Delight: 




If you cannot purchaie this in your home 
town— write m— P.O. Box J. $., Chicago (90) 



Sexton 

Qua/ify Dvock 



Compliments of 

QUINCY MOTOR CO. 

South Shore's Oldest and Largest 
FORD Dealer 



85 Quincy Ave. 
Quincy, Mass. 



PR 3-6500 



Service on all makes of cars 



A Friend 



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Compliments of 



T. THOMAS BOATES 

AUTOMOBILES 
Bought • Sold • Exchanged 



W A 5-1332 



216 Robbins Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO. 

Duggan Brothers 

131-133 Hancock Street 
North Quincy, Mass. 

CHEVROLET 

Sales and Service 

PR 3-1100 



ENJOY 

BRAEWOOD BEVERAGES 

Richardson 

Root Beer Squirt 

Standard Bottling Co. 
435 Adams St. Quincy, Mass. 



BEST OF LUCK -SENIORS 



Johnson's Filling Station 

Incorporated 

700 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 



MACS 
ATLANTIC STATION 

596 Hancock Street Wollaston 

GR 2-9208 



DeSOTO 



PLYMOUTH 



CARRIKER MOTOR CO. 

Carrikerized Used Cars 
Service On All Makes 

68 Washington Street 
Quincy, Mass. GR 2-4730 

A. C. Carriker C. J. Johnston 



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ESPfcmuy m you 



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• The making of College Annuals 
takes far longer than you 
think. 

• The co-ordination of photography, 
art work, engraving, printing and 
binding was entrusted to our 
skilled craftsmen who have 

been making college annuals 
for nearly a quarter of a 
century. 

• Together with the staff who 
have served you so well, we too 
share in the satisfaction of 
completing this book . . . 



Especially for YOU 



Paul K. Blanc hand, <Jnc. 

School and College Publications 
669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



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The responsibility associated 
with such a title is no 
small task. 

A College Annual without 
photographs would indeed 
be dull. 

Therefore, we have tried 
to fulfill our photographic 
assignment with the careful 
attention necessary to assure you 
a pleasant and lasting memory 
of your days at E.N.C. 



7l HARVARD STUDIO 

Official Photographer 
1Q47 - 1Q48 - 1Q4Q 
1Q50 - 1QS1 - 1Q52 

ana 1Q53 
669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



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BEACON CLEANSERS & DYERS 

"One Quality Service* ^he finest" 

FUR STORAGE - TAILORING 



620 Hancock St. 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 



PR 3-7400 



Discount 
to Students 



KARL'S AUTO BODY REPAIR CO., Inc. 

Established 1920 

INSURANCE APPRAISING - 

Granite 2-8100 



23 Greenwood Ave. 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 



KARL A. KARJALAINEN, President 



SNOW CROP 


THE 




WHEEL HOUSE 


ORANGE JUICE 


A MEAL OR A SNACK 


Distibuted by 






Frank H. Rowers 


MILLER PRODUCE 


Proprietor 


RI 2-0300 






453 Hancock St. N. Quincy 


G. GIOVINO COMPANY 


CONGRATULATIONS 


Established 1884 






from 


WHOLESALE GROCERS 
FRUITS and VEGETARLES 


DOTEN-THOMSON 




LADIES' APPAREL 


Tel. LA 3-5050 All Codes 




19 Commercial St. Boston, Mass. 


68 Billings Rd. Norfolk Downs 



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Compliments of 



CHECKER CAB CO. 

Quincy Square 

GR 2-2500 GR 2-9675 

24-Hour Service 

"Quincy 's First Two-way Radio Cabs" 



DO YOU REALLY MEAN IT? 

YES, a patient with leprosy may now be treated with D.D.S., 

the parent sulphone, for one full year — cost, $100. 

Truly God is answering our prayers! 

AMERICAN LEPROSY MISSIONS, Inc. 

The cooperating agency of 61 Boards at 155 Stations in 40 countries 

Edward R. Broad, Area Secretary 

Room 602 — 14 Beacon Street — Boston 8, Mass. 

"OTHERS FIRST - BLESSINGS FOLLOW" 



CONGRATULATIONS 

from 

NOGLER FOOD PRODUCTS 

Mrs. Nogler's 
Mayonnaise and Tartar Sauce 

45 Rillings Rd. N. Quincy 

WOLLASTON 
TAILOR AND CLEANSER 

690 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. PR 3-2428 

Reduced Rate for E.N.C. Students 



BEALE STREET PHARMACY 

Russell S. Keene, Ph.G., Mgr. 

661 Hancock Cor. Beale St. 
WOLLASTON, MASS. 



SEE PETER AT THE 

MAYFLOWER DINER 

473 Southern Artery 
Route 3 Quincy 



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Compliments of 



SEARS, ROEBUCK, and COMPANY 



1591 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE 



PR 3-7800 



Watches - Gifts 



Laine's Jewelry 

GOOD LUCK 
TO THE SENIORS 

Ernest F. Carlton 667 Hancock St. 
Prop. Wollaston 



Compliments of 

BETSY LEE SHOPPE 

11 Beale St. Wollaston 

GR 2-5032 

"Where Classmates Meet" 



BLACKWOOD PHARMACY 

R. DeNICOLA, Reg. Pharm., R.S., Ph.C. 

663 Hancock Street 



Wollaston 



Tel. PR 3-7235 



187 



7 - 1294 

Telephones, CApitol 7 - 1295 

7 - 1354 



HICKS & HODGES CO. 



PURVEYORS OF FINE FOODS 



45 South Market Street 



Boston 9, Mass. 





Road Service Batteries 


WHEN IN NEED OF . . . 


Mclaughlins service 


Hardware Packard Paints 


610 Hancock Street 


Kitchenware Wall Paper 


Wollaston 


Garden Supplies Glass 


"CITIES SERVICE" 




Tune-up GR 2-9427 


THE NEW MODERN STORE 




"Easy Parking" 


GR 2-0392 Telephones PR 3-2054 


Call GR 2-0041 


PATTERSONS 




FLOWER STORE 


MacFARLANDS 


1283 Hancock Street 


11 Brook Street Wollaston, Mass. 


Quincy, Mass. 



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Office GR 2-1910 



Home PR 3-5388 



ERNEST C. HATCH 

Prescription Optician 

GREETING CARDS 

for 
ALL OCCASIONS 



25 Beale St. 



Wollaston 



MATCHLESS 



BRAND 




FOODS 



WEBSTER-THOMAS CO. 

Wholesale 
Food Distributors 

221 State Street 
Boston 9, Mass. 




Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Dorchester 



ALVES PHOTO SERVICE, Inc. 



14 Stores Avenue 



Braintree, Mass. 



We extend our cordial and sincere 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE CLASS OF '53 

WEYMOUTH GAZETTE PRESS 

Printers of Campus Camera 
WE 9-0145 

18-22 Station Street 
East Weymouth, Mass. 



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STAINED GLASS WINDOWS 

Exquisite stained-glass windows 
designed and executed to suit 
the architecture of your building. 
Prices vary according to the size 
and intricacy of detail. 

Imported, antique glass and ex- 
pert craftsmanship assure unsur- 
passed beauty. Send for your 
copy of our brochure, 'Stained 
Glass." 



CHURCH FURNITURE 

Our church furniture is distinctive and 
beautiful, in authentic period designs. Superb 
hand carving and expert craftsmanship make our 
communion tables, seats, pulpits and other eccle- 
siastical furnishings well suited for their high 
purpose. We can plan our arrangements to match 
your present furnishings. Send for our free 
catalogue on church furniture. 



WHITTEMORE 

Associates, Incorporated 
16 ASHBURTON PLACE 
Boston 8, Mass. 
CA 7-6866 




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1953 Sponsorships 



CARROLL CUT-RATE 
PERFUMER 

19 Beale Street 
Wollaston, Massachusetts 



WILLIAM J. SHEA 

12 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Real Estate and Insurance 
Realtor — Notary 



DEPENDABLE LAUNDERERS 
AND CLEANERS 

63 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Telephone PR 3-8922 



PHILS BARBER SHOP 

Billings Road 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 
1258 Hancock Street 



LINCOLN PHARMACY 

Hancock & Elm Sts. 
Wollaston, Mass. 



WHITNEY S HARDWARE 

417 Hancock St., Quincy 



LINDA S RESTAURANT 

Specialist in 
Southern Style Chicken 
770 Gallivan Blvd. 
Neponset 9, Mass. 



WOLLASTON FLORIST 

679 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 



GREETING CARD SHOP 

15 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 
The Most Complete Line of 
Greeting Cards on the South Shore 



Y. M. C. A. 

61 Washington Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



QUINT'S GREENHOUSES 

We Specialize in Corsages 
1258 Hancock Street, 
Quincy, Mass. 



QUINCY TYPEWRITER SERVICE 

Sold— Rented— Repaired 
One Maple Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



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* Nautilus" Boosters Club 

Parents who have contributed to 
success of The Nautilus for 1953 



Akashi, Mr. Yasumaro 
Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. R. 
Aubrey, Mr. and Mrs Edison 
Becker, Mr. and Mrs. C. Everett 
Bown, Mrs. Alice M. 
Bradley, Rev. and Mrs. Ernest 
Brown, Mrs. William F. 
Brumagin, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 
Caswell, Mr. and Mrs. C. Winfield 
Copeland, Mrs. Horton D. 
Cubie, Rev. James M. 
Danielson, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. 
Daum, Mr. and Mrs. George P. 
Dorothy, Mr and Mrs. Roland 
Driggs, Mr. Herman 
Durkee, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. 
Eby, Mr. Enos R. 
Eliades, Mr. Stephan 
Ellison, Mr. John Joseph 
Gery, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. 
Gibson, Mrs. Glenn D. 
Goodnow, Mr. and Mrs. Kent 
Gross, Mrs. Mary S. 
Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sr. 
Heinlein, Rev. and Mrs. R. F. 
Hessemeyer, Mr. Alfred 
Hickman, Mr. and Mrs. John S. 
Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs Vincent R. 
Insco, Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. 
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. James A. 
Jessop, Rev. and Mrs. Harry E. 
John, Mr. and Mrs. Idwal 
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Chester 
Krier, Mrs Stanley D. 

Young, Mr. 



Laird, Mr. and Mrs. Russell 
Lantz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. 
Lovejoy, Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. 
Loveless, Rev. E. L. 
McEachern, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. 
McSavaney, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. 
Meyer, Mrs Amy 
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob 
Oulton, Rev. and Mrs. John 
Prentice, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 
Previere, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
Pyne, Mr. Herbert 
Quanstrom, Mr. Roy F. 
Riggleman, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. 
Sabean, Mrs. L. 

Schlosser, Rev. and Mrs. Claude 
Schlosser, Mrs. Clara 
Sever, Mr and Mrs. John 
Shellito, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram L. 
Shene, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 
Simpson, Mr. E. V. 
Spait, Mr. and Mrs. Roy I. 
Talbot, Mrs. Rachel 
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Webster 
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 
Towle, Mr. and Mrs. King 
Trout, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 
Waugh, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 
Weischedel, Mr L. G. 
White, Mr. Walter E. 
Williamson, Dr. and Mrs. G. B. 
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Clark W. 
Wirth, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver 
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. 
and Mrs. H. E. 



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DIRECTORY 

FACULTY 



Akers, Charles W. 243 Marlboro St., Wollaston, Mass. Lechner, Hadrian 



23 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



B 

Babcock, Wm. J. V. 114 Willet St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Blaney, Esther 65 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Blaney, Harvey J. S. 65 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Cameron, James 
Cove, Edith F. 



21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
124 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 



D 

Delp, George J. 21 W. Elm Av., Wollaston, Mass. 

Dixon, Wallace C. 230 Walnut St., Braintree, Mass. 

Dohanian, Diran 52 Cedar St., West Somerville, Mass. 

Dygoski, Louise A. 9 Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



9 Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 
225 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Gery, Frank W. 
Golden, Lawrence 
Goodnow, Edith P. 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Goodnow, Kent 158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Gould, J. Glenn 29 Dunbarton Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 
Groves, Vernon T. 98 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

H 

Harris, Mary K. 90 Franklin St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Hunting, Ward M. 30-A Cleaves St., Wollaston, Mass. 



M 

Mann, Edward S. 41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Marple, Olive B. 100 Quincy Ave., East Braintree, Mass. 
Mullen, Wilbur H. 30 Copley St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Munro, Bertha 90 Franklin St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Naylor, Jasper R. 
Nease, Madeline 
Nease, Stephen 



N 

97 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

92 Franklin St., Wollaston, Mass. 

23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Parsons, Roland 10 Grandview Ave, Wollaston, Mass. 
Pearsall, Kenneth 57 Ellington Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



Rothwell, Helen F. 21 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Rothwell, Mel-Thomas 

21 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Schlosser, Claude G. 
Shrader, James H. 
Skinner, Barbara 
Smith, Gene C. 
Smith, Timothy 
Soteriades, Evangelos 

105 Willow Ave., Wollaston, 
Spangenberg, Alice 22 Gay St., Quincy, 



58 Davis St., Wollaston, 

30 Copley St., Wollaston, 

115 Marlboro, Boston, 

34 Warwick St., Wollaston, 

84 Elm Ave., Wollaston, 



Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 

Mass. 
Mass. 



Jessop, Harry 



University Park, Iowa 



Knowles, J. Henry 21 Fuller St., Brookline, Mass. 



Taylor, William A. 



51 Empire St., Quincy, Mass. 



W 

Washburn, Alma R. 34 Thornton St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Williamson, Esther D. 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



COLLEGE 



Adams, Betty J. 
Adams, Bonnie M. 
Ahlbrand, Mildred 
Akashi, Yoji 



Box 251, Twin Rocks, Pa. 
Box 251, Twin Rocks, Pa. 
R.F.D. No. 2, Boonton, N. J. 
No. 5, Mita Kayama-cho, 
Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
Albin, Lois L. 188 Washington Ave., Beacon, N. Y. 

Albright, Margaret L. Marley Park, Glen Burnie, Md. 
Alexander, Douglas R. 1858 Aird Ave., Montreal, Que. 
Allison, Beulah V 215 Franklin PL, Grove City, Pa. 

Allison, John B. 341 Center Ave., Butler, Pa. 

Anderegg, Donna Lee Uhrichsville, R.D. No. 1, Ohio 
Anderson, Bryant T. 169 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass. 
Anderson, Clifford L. 534 N. Lincoln Ave., Salem, Ohio 
Anderson, John W. 206 Grant St., Warren, Pa. 

Anderson, Richard J. 19 N. Basseh Rd., Brockton, Mass. 
Apple, R. Christine 3920 Baxter Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 
Armstrong, Doreen M. 

628 Beresford Ave., Toronto, Ont. 
Arnold, Margaret A. 1309 Wilbur Ave., Akron, Ohio 



Ash, Patricia A. 551 California Ave., Chester, W. Va. 

Ashline, Beverly J. West Chazy, N. Y. 

Aubrey, George C. Champlain, N. Y. 

Austin, Dorothy M. Gillet, Pa. 

B 



538 Mahoning St., Leighton, Pa. 

Patterson St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Wappingers Falls, 



Bair, Vernon E. 
Baker, James E. 
Ballard, Mildred A 
Banker, Louise M. 

Stop 43, Troy-Schenectady Rd., Watervliet 
Barlas, Angela 63 Hiawatha Rd., Mattapan 

Bass, Evelyn M. 

Chestnut St. PL, E. Long Meadow. 
Becker, Warren H. 79 Edgemont Rd., Katonah, N. Y. 
Bedor, Mervin A. 21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Bergers, Doris D. Frankford, Del. 

Bergers, Jay A. 

Box 260A, R.D. No. 1, McKees Rocks, Pa. 
Betts, Stella R. 2288 7th St., Akron 14, Ohio 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 
Mass. 

Mass. 



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Bigelow, Myron C. 
Binkley, John G. 
Blachly, Samuel P. 
Black, Geraldine V. 



Monument Beach, Mass. 

19 State St., Brownslown, Pa. 

51 Sterling St., No. Quincy, Mass. 



1 102 Glengrove Ave., Toronto, Ont. 
Blaisdell, Beverly L. 1 1 Middle St., Augusta, Me. 

Blake, Evelyn T. 97 Dearborn St., Manchester, N. H. 
Blaney, David H. 65 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Blann, Shirley J. 225 Sudbrook Ave., Pikesville 8, Md. 



Boates, Mildred 
Boates, T. Thomas 
Bond, Ruth L. 
Boshart, Marcia A. 
Boshart, Mary Ellen 
Bowlby, Paul W. 
Bown, Rebecca J. 
Bradley, Robert W. 
Brake, Harold M. 
Brice, Donald A. 
Briggs, Robert J. 
Brooks, Howard N. 
Brown, Doris E. 
Brown, Mabel S. 
Brown, Phyllis E 
Bruce, Rachel A. 
Brumagin, David, R 
Bryan, Wilma Jean 
Bryan, Marylou E. 
Bryner, Gene P. 
Bullard, Edmund P 
Burdette, Elva 



216 Robbins St., Waltham, Mass. 

216 Robbins, St., Waltham, Mass. 

97 Newall St., Needham, Mass. 

516 Fulton St., Carthage, N. Y. 

516 Fulton St., Carthage, N. Y. 

603 Broadway, Wellsville, Ohio 

426 Pusey Ave., Collingdale, Pa. 

247 Beacon St., Lowell, Mass. 

5201 Samuel Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 

81 Andrew St., New Market, Ont. 

Fayson Lakes, N. J. 

Altona, N. Y. 

R.D., Three Springs, Pa. 

Cranberry, Westminster, Md. 

423 Cottage St., New Bedford, Mass. 

8 Elm St., Florence, Vt. 

R. S. Myers Rd., R. 1, Geneva, Ohio 

Scranton, Kansas 

30 Mead St. 

R. 

R.D. 



1 Percy PI. 



Cambridge, Mass. 

Claysville, Pa. 
5, Oswego, N. Y. 

Monrovia, Md. 
Cambridge, Mass. 



Burgess, Ellen M. 

Burkhart, Paul R. 820 Von Loven Rd., Johnstown, Pa. 

Burkhart, William K. Cumberland, Md. 

Burley, John M. Hyndman, Pa. 

Burt, Beverly E. R.D. 2, Catawissa, Pa. 

Bye, Harley E. Annan, Ont. 

Bye, Mildred M. R.R. No. 1, Annan, Ont. 



Calhoun, H. Doyle 

23 N. Colonial Ave., Westminster, Md. 
Campbell, Dwight L. 114 Willow St., W. Acton, Mass. 
Carlson, John S. 102-06 Remington St., Jamaica, N. Y. 
Carlton, L. Quida 115 Colton Ave., Thomasville, Ga. 
Caswell, Quentin C. Box 52, East Rockaway, N. Y. 

Chambers, J. Weston Port Elizabeth, N. J. 

Chandler, Ada S. 46 Roberts St., Woonsocket, R. I. 

Chase, Sarah F. 47 Mt. Washington St., Everett, Mass. 
Christensen, A. Thomas Altona, N. Y. 

J. 

Y. 

Y. 

Y. 



Church, Barbara I. L. Fulling Mill Rd., Villas, N 

Clark, Alice Jeanne 108 Maple Ave., Odessa, N. 

Clark, Milton E. 138 Weirfield St., Brooklyn, N. 

Clark, Robert E. 138 Weirfield St., Brooklyn, N. 

Claytor, Charlotte P. 

N. Firestone Blvd., Akron, Ohio 

Calla Rd., R.D. 1, Poland, Ohio 

Calla Rd., R.D. 1, Poland, Ohio 

. Calla Rd., R.D. 1, Poland, Ohio 

246 Chisholm Ave., Toronto, Ont. 

509 Flint R., Brighton, Mich. 

No. 1, Box 668 Annandale, Va. 



341 
Clingerman, Doris I. 
Clingerman, Kermit G. 
Clingerman, Quentin S 
Coghill, Isabel 
Collins, Norman S. 
Collins, Phyllis A. Rt 



Ellenburg Center, N. Y. 



Coolidge, Walter M. 
Copeland, Marie E. 

R.F.D. No. 3, Box 93, Portsmouth Va. 
Copeland, Norman E. 53 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Copp, Jane E. 126 West Franklin St., Union, N. Y. 

Cove, Iris L. Wilbraham, Mass. 

Cove, J. Richard 

Wilbraham Academy, Wilbraham, Mass. 
Cramer, John S. R.D. 2, Homer City, Pa. 

Cramer, Lewis R. Valois, N. Y. 



Crandall, Francis G. 
Crew, Robert W. 
Cribbis, Ross R. 
Croley, John H. 
Cronin, Alice J. 
Cronin, Elizabeth A 
Cross, Molly J. 
Crouse, Wilfred N. 
Cubie, Annie T. 
Culbert, Walter R. 
Curry, Bryant M. 



394 Water St., Quincy, Mass. 

291 Ivy PI., Akron, Ohio 

359 Main St., Toronto, Ont. 

58 Wright St., Stoneham, Mass. 

R.F.D. No. 1, North Adams, Mass. 

. R.F.D. No. 1, North Adams, Mass. 

R.D. 2, Centerville, Pa. 

64 Madison Ave., Westminster, Md. 

"The Manse", Graniteville, Vt. 

142 Groveland St., Haverhill, Mass. 

Ellenburg Center, N. Y. 



Daniels, David T. 

R.R. No. 3, Stone Church Rd., Hannon, Ont. 
Danielson, Edward J. 

30 Hillside Ave., Mine Hill, Dover, N. J. 
Daum, Shirley A. R.D. 4, Reeves Rd., Warren, Ohio 

Davidson, Charles W. Center Conway, N. H. 

Davis, Claire G. 566 Eliot St., Milton, Mass. 

Davis, Donald H. 15 Mapleshade Ave., E. Long, Mass. 
Davis, Geraldine 98 Phillips St. Wollaston, Mass. 

Davis, Phyllis A. 18 Leland Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

Day, William R. 

1438 S. O. M. Center Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 
Dill, Robert C. 139 Atlantic St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

Dinsmore, Raymond E. Box 4, Fairfield, Me. 

Dodge, Herbert V., 610 E. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 

Childwold, N. Y. 
1246 E. 22nd St., Erie, Pa. 
R.D. 1, Mifflinburg, Pa. 
Oxford, Pa. 
Duncan, Joseph W. 1 820 Fifth Ave., Oakland 6, Calif. 
Durgin, Theodore G. 60 Auburn St. Medford, Mass. 
Durkee, Joanne L. 1558 Delia Ave., Akron, Ohio 



Dorothy, C. Joy 
Driggs, Donna Lee 
Duke, Nancy A. 
Duncan, Dorothy D. 



Eby, Grace N. 2830 N.W. 19th Ave., Miami, 42, Fla. 
Edwards, Kenneth D. Riceville, Pa. 

Eliades, Grace O. Westridge Farm, Groton, Mass. 

Eller, Oscar H. 1150 Shaffer St., Johnstown, Pa. 

Elliott, G. Elizabeth 406 Church St., Baltimore 25, Md. 
Ellison, Wilbur L. 

R.F.D. 1, Dobson Ave., Rockville, Conn. 
Elsey, Glenn D. 1059 Franklin St., Johnstown, Pa. 

Emery, Carlene E. Newport, Me. 

Erbe, P. Wesley Robbinsville, N. J. 

Esselstyn, Eleanor S. 

Eastern Nazarene College, Wollaston, Mass. 
Ezold, Lura J. 302 Temple St., New Haven, Conn. 



Farleigh, Carlie H. 



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Ferguson, AAargaret 
Fields, Earline A. 
Fisher, Dale A. 
Fisher, Gladys M. 
Fleming, Betty L. 
Flick, Lois E. 
Fox, James D. 
Frederick, Joyce L. 
Freeman, Millan A. 
Freese, Ruth I. 
Friend, John T. 
Fuller, Shirley R. 



Gardiner, Ruth M. 
Gardner, Beulah E. 
Gardner, John M. 
Gershon, Patsy A. 
Gery, Blanche A. 



Edgewater Ave., Ridgefield, N. J. 

B. R.D. No. 1, Sprakers, N. Y. 

Grove St., Upton, Mass. 

3065 Covert Rd., Flint, Mich. 

70 Pleasant St., Orange, Mass. 

143 Liberty St., Westminster, Md. 

R.D. 2, Butler, Pa. 

Marshalville, Ohio 

R.F.D. 1, Limestone, N. Y. 

3 Neilon Pk., Maiden, Mass. 

Tunnel Hill, Ohio 

57 Ellington, Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

80 Mt. Vernon St., Gardiner, Me. 



89 Myrtle St., Waltham, Mass. 

Island Pond, Vt. 

Hanover, Mass. 

434 N. Menard, Chicago, III. 

100 N. Sproul Rd., Broomall, Pa. 



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Gery Ray C. 628 Hibberd Ave., Collindale, Pa. 

Gibbs, Kenneth L. Rt. 4, New Philadelphia, Ohio 

Gibson, Patricia J. 

103 N. 47th St., Lawnton, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Gibson, Richard L. 68 President's Lane, Quincy, Mass. 
Gidney, Janice A. Chestnut Hill Rd., Orange, Mass. 
Glennie, John I. 1 1 Lincoln St., AAerrimac, Mass. 

Goodale, Eleanor B. 96 Cedar St., Bangor, Me. 

Goodnow, Elizabeth J. 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Grace, Willard C. West Grove, Pa. 

Grate, Charles S. R.D. 1, Lisbon, Ohio 

Gressett, George L. 

1307 58th Ave., S.E., Washington, D. C. 
Grey, Lorana C. Hampton Bays, N. Y. 

Griggs, Paul H. 382 W. Squantum St., Quincy, Mass. 
Gross, Francis Stuart 131 N. 13th St., Harrisburg, Pa. 
Grosse, David G. 528 Baer Ave., Hanover, Pa. 

Guscott, Charles E. 121 S. Elm St., Jefferson, Ohio 



Halberg, Allen S. 
Hall, Gordon D. 
Hancock^ Sylvia T. 
Handloser, Rose R. 
Hanson, Rose 
Hardin, William D. 
Hardy, Keith 



H 

82 Webster St., N. Quincy, Mass. 
Box 63, Morristown, Ohio 
1147 W. Walnut, Shamokin, Pa. 
Greenwood, Del. 
18 Russell St., Waltham, Mass. 
82-22 186th St., Hollis, N. Y. 
Wilmington, N. Y. 
Harding, Donald G. Bridqewater, Me. 

Harris, Harold L. 41 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Harris, Hartley O. 169 Harriett St., Portland, Me. 

Harris, Lila R. 1151 N.W. 45 St., Miami, Fla. 

Harris, Marylin L. 402 South Ave., Bradford, Pa. 

Harvey, Frank E. Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Haselton, Shirley A. Wilmington, N. Y. 

Hatch, Grace R. 102 Western Ave., Lynn, Mass. 

Hatch, Leon S. 102 Western Ave.. Lynn, Mass. 

Hathaway, John A. Gardiner, Me. 

Hayford, Catherine M. 

249 Wessagusset Rd., N. Weymouth, Mass. 
Hazelton, Daniel J. 

39 California Ave., W. Quincy, Mass. 
Heinlein, Richard B. R.D. 7, Butler, Pa. 

Hemmings, Barbara L. 

122 Oceanview Rd., Lynbrook, N. Y. 
Henck, Grace Esther R.D. 3, West Chester, Pa. 

Henck, Samuel H. Rt. 2, Box 204, Darlinaton, Md. 

Henderson, Henry J. Brownville, N. Y. 

Hennen, Donald H. R.D. 1, Wa c hinqton, Pa. 

Henry, DeLvsle L. 13 Boone St., Cumberland, Md. 

Herren, BuHdv L. 156 W. Md. Ave., Sebrinq, Ohio 

Hersev, Clifford F. 408 E. 12th Ave., Mitchell, S. Dak. 
Hesemeyer, Alfred A. 

162 Harmon, Brooklvn 21, N. Y. C, N. Y. 
Hickman, Barbara C. 215 Hancock St.. Everett 49, Mass. 
Hinains, A'ene F. R.F.D. Rockville, Conn. 

Hilkert. Warren F. 203 S. 14th St., Lewisburq, Pa. 

Hodakiss, John A. R.D. 1, Scottsdale. Pa. 

Holbrook. Richard H. 133 Turner Ave., Oakville, Conn. 
Holman, Charles R. R.F.D. 1, Rockville, Conn. 

Holman, Vera B. R.F.D. 1, Rockville, Conn. 

Horn. Robert E. 17 Fayette St., Cambridne, Mass. 

Homberaer. Glenn H. R.D. 5, Bloomsbura, Pa. 

Howard, Edaar R. 123 Bea<-h St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Huff. Gerald E. 41 Otis St., Rrockton, Mass. 

Hutchins, Marie E. Tahawus, N. Y. 

Hysong, Wayne E. 61 Hancock St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

I 

Ibecheole, Raymond K. O. 

C/o Ben Okoye, Plot C, 20 S/ Gasi Zaria 

North Nigeria 
Insco, Merilyn R. 1 1 1-42 202nd St., Hollis, N. Y. 



Jackson, Doris E. South Hero, Vt. 

Jackson, Gilbert J. 131 Front St., Weymouth, Mass. 

Jackson, R. Elizabeth 

85 Willowdale Ave., Montclair, N. J. 
Janacek, Robert N. Vicksburg, Mich. 

Jessop, Grace E. University Park, Iowa 

Jewett, Llyod W. 6 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 

John, Aldine M. 777 Adams St., Gary, Ind. 

Johnson, Helen M. 

2434 23rd St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Johnson, Lloyd S. Upper Economy, Col. Co., N.C., Can. 
Jones, David C. 4921 Ky. St., S. Charlestown, W. Va. 
Jones, Donald H. 

537 Addison Rd., Washington 19, D. C. 
Jones, Edmund C. 978 McNeily Rd., Pittsburg 26, Pa. 

K 

Keffer, V. Ruth 

135 12th St., N.E., New Philadelphia, Ohio 
Keim, Kenneth T. 307 Washington St., Royersford, Pa. 
Kelley, Florence A. 134 Garvin Blvd., Sharon Hill., Pa. 
Kelley, Frank O. 48 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Kelley, Geraldine E. 

418 Pleasant St., Box 205, Milton, Mass. 
Kelly, Doris L. 1 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Kelvington, William H. 

2738 Glenmaur Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Kercher, Robert P. 314 S.E. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Kereluik, Donald 91 Fourth Ave., Ottawa, Ont. 

Kern, Robert L. N. Walnut St., Bath, Pa. 

Ketner, Francis D. 212 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Pa. 
Ketner, Jerrold W. 212 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Pa. 
Keys, Glenn D. 1243 Maxey Ln., Nashville, Tenn. 

Kidd, Hylda M. Rt. 3, Canfield, Ohio 

King, Donley A. 125 Cool Spring St., Uniontown, Pa. 
Kirrz, Jeanne A. Staunton, Va. 

Knepper, Joyce S. Waterfall, Pa. 

Knepper, Ralph H. Waterfall, Pa. 

Knight, Paul F. 330V2 S. Union, Alliance, Ohio 

Knudsen, Karl J. R.D. 1, Petersburg, N. Y. 

Kohr, Charles A. Rt. 2, Box 172B, Lebanon, Pa. 

Kosty, Antony L. 1 125 New York Ave., Hellertown, Pa. 
Krier, Florence W. 168 Frazer Ave., Collingwood, N. J. 
Krutenat, Richard C. Brockport, N. Y. 

Kuhn, John C. R. D. 1, Scottdale, Pa. 



Laird, Irvinq W. 
Lamb, Gloria R. 
Ladders, Earle W 
Lantz, Donald J. 
Larrabee, Joseph C 



Groveville Park, Beacon, N. Y. 

Glenwood Rd., Clinton, Conn. 

Sanford, Yar. Co., N. S., Can. 

29 Brent St., Boston, Mass. 

Box 212 Bath, Me. 



Larsen, Robert B. 940 N.W. 22nd Court, Miami', Fla! 
Laudermilk, Carol L. 12 School St., Lynn, Mass. 

Laudermilk, James 

1931 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Laudermilk, Roy F. 12 School St., Lynn, Mass. 

Lechner, Mary 23 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Lehto, Richard M. 10 Valley St., Ashtabula, Ohio 

Lenfest, Dora A. Ridge Rd., Bath, Me. 

Lindeman, Shirley E. 728 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y. 
Little, Jane E. 

443 Knicker Bolker Ave., Patterson, N. J. 
Long, Eleanor A. R.D. 1, Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Loomis, Ruth Ann 2222 S. Freedom Ave., Alliance, Ohio 
Lorenz, Fred 30 Walnut St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

Loveioy, Frank E. R.F.D. 3, Waterville, Me. 

Loveless, Robert E. 644 Erie St., Camden 2, N. J. 

Lynch, Robert L. 

1818 Oakridge Dr., Charlestown, W. Va. 
Lyon, Walter K. 692 Pleasant St., East Weymouth, Mass. 



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MacAskill, Roderick B. 

169 Boylston St., Cheslnut Hill 67, Mass. 
MacCallum, Barbara V. 50 Vernon St., Somerville, Mass. 
MacCracken, Jack A. 193 Pine St., Wollaston, Mass. 

McCloy, James Jr. 151 Davis St., Brookline, Mass. 



McCurdy, Archie K. 
McCutcheon, Bryan L. 
McEachern, A. Carolyn 

1522 
McGee, Leora M. 
MacMahon, Kent L. 
McMahon, Lennura L. 
MacMillan, D. Frederick 



96 3rd Ave., Ottawa, Can. 
Box 292, Irwin, Pa. 



Valencia, Pasadena 7, Calif. 

317 26th St., Bellaire, Ohio 

190 Main St., Yarmouth, Me. 

190 Main St. Yarmouth, Me. 

Alberton R.R. 1, P.E.I., Canada 



MacNeill, Beverly A. 38 Essex St., Cambridge, Mass. 
MacNeill, Donald W. 

179 Magnolia St., Dorchester, Mass. 
MacNeill, Jeanne L. 38 Essex St., Cambridge, Mass. 
MacPherson, Betty J. 

656 Hancock, Apt. 6, Wollaston, Mass. 
MacPherson, Cornelius 

656 Hancock, Apt. 6, Wollaston, Mass. 
MacPherson, David L. Box 119, Wilmington, N. Y. 

McSavaney, David H. 20 Maxwell St., Dorchester, Mass. 

M 

Mack, Doris M. R.F.D. 3, Nazareth, Pa. 

Mann, Edward, Jr. 41 W. Elm, Wollaston, Mass. 

Martin, Shirley A. 14032 Ohio Ave., Detroit 4, Mich. 
Matheson, Agnes M. 48 Cummings, Wollaston, Mass. 
Mattmueller, Donald R. 5015-6th St., Arlington Vt. 

Mattmueller, Doris 5015-6th St., Arlington, Va. 

Maxwell, William Box 264, Retail, Wash. 

Mayes, Minnie M. 31 1 S. Dorcas, Lewistown, Pa. 

Merchant, Merilyn L. 26 King St., Dorchester 22, Mass. 



Meredith, Helen M., 
141 
Meredith, William 



Third Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va. 
385 Highland, Quincy, Mass. 



Merki, Robert T. 433 Perkiomen Ave., Landsdale, Pa. 



Merriman, D. Jean 
Merrill, Roberta 
Merritts, Marjorie H 
Metcalfe, Russell F. 
Mever, Elsie L. 
Miller, Joyce E. 
Miller, Paul H., Jr. 
Miller, R. Marjorie 
Miller, Robert 
Milstead, Barbara J. 

51 1 Tennessee Ave 
Mitchell, Nancy 
Moberg, Richards 
Montemuro, Alice 
Montemuro, Ralph 
Montgomery, Irene 
Montgomerv, Robert 
Moore, F. Vaunda 
Moore, Jane C. 5421 



317 Worth St., Corry. Pa. 

184 Cabbott St., Roxbury, Mass. 

140 N. Clinton St., Carthage N. Y. 

954 Aberdeen St., Akron 10, Ohio 

234 Elm St., Walpole, Mass. 

R.D. 2, iKel Ave., Butler, N. J. 

30 Northfield Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

230 Dewev Ave., Lancaster, Ohio 

30 Northfield Ave., Quincy, Mass. 



N.E., Washinqton, D. C. 

R.F.D. 1, West Redding, Conn. 

41 Brockton Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

80 Corbalis PL, Yonkers, N. Y. 

80 Corbalis PI., Yonkers, N. Y. 

1795 Oxford, Pasadena 7, Calif. 

E. Chatham. Pa. 

Oxford, N. S., Canada 

N. Lawrence St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 



Morehead, Jeanette L. 

456 Grandview, Barberton, Ohio 
Morgan, Elwin C. 24 Day St., Danielson, Conn. 

Morse, Vernon C. 14 Nichols St., Danbury, Conn. 

Mosorove, Harold C. 

Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio 



R.F.D. No. 1, S.O.M 
Mosarove, Ralph 

R.F.D. No. 1, S.O.M 
Mosarove, Ronald 

R.F.D. No. 1, S.O.M 
Mucci, Dallas 
Mueller, Earl 
Mull, Rita J. 
Mullen, Bernard A. 
Mullen, Ethel R. 



, Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio 

, Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio 

Box 42, Lucerne Mines, Pa. 

R.R. No. 1, Spencerville, Ohio 

Fallston, Md. 

Beals, Me. 

Beals, Me. 



Mullen, Lillie L. 

233 Aberdeen St., Fredericton, N. S., Can. 
Myers, Margaret M. 

127V2 Binkerhoff St., Plattsburg, N. Y. 

N 

Neal, Alden H. 4 Park St., Saugus, Mass. 

Nease, Helen M. 92 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Neeley, Robert L. 47 Penn St., Quincy, Mass. 

Neidermyer, Carl R. No. 1, Bareville, Pa. 

Nielson, John B. 82 Chandler St., Somerville, Mass. 
Noftle, John S. 15 Columbia Rd., Medford, Mass. 

Norris, Herbert R. R.D. No. 8, Box 577, Akron, Ohio 
Nuzum, Lois J. 650 Elma St., Akron, Ohio 

Nylin, Doloris J. 143 Garfield PL, Lynbrook, N. J. 



Oddo, Frances M. 
O'Donnell, Charles J. 
O'Donnell, Phyllis 
Otudeko, Adebisi, O. 
Oulton, Carol E. 



Pettibone Rd., Solon, Ohio 

17 Mississippi Ave., Joliet, III. 

17 Mississippi Ave., Joliet, III. 

Box 58, Ibadan, Nigeria 

Minturn, Me. 



Oxenford, Frank H. 169 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass. 



Palella, Carmela 81 Lowell St., Albany, N. Y. 

Pankow, Gladys P. 40 Reservoir Ave., Dover, N. J. 

Parker, Joseph W. 1590 Wildon Ave., Akron, Ohio 

Parker, Pershing 139 W. Holly, Box 15, Pitman, N. J. 
Parkman, Clara M. 65 Newbury Ave., N. Quincy, Mass. 
Parks, George W. R.D. Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Parson, Gerald A. Jefferson, Pa. 

Parsons, Marlene J. 

88a Old Colony Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Parsons, Ronald J. 

10 Grand View Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Pearce, Margaret J. 39 Rawson Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 
Pearsall, Eisner J. 

112 So. Park Ave. Rockville Center, N. Y. 
Pelley, B. Leon P.O. Box 122, Wellsville, Ohio 

Penney, David P. 81 Washington Ave., Waltham, Mass. 
Perham, Patricia L. Hillsboro, N. H. 

Petersen, Ralph T. 38 Bedford St., Bridgewater, Mass. 
13 Holmes St., N. Easton, Mass. 
North Anson, Maine 
Tippecanoe, Ohio 
Watkins Glen, N. Y. 
Mueller, Bethany, Oklahoma 
R.D. No. 1, Hanover, Pa. 
New Cumberland, Pa. 
R.D. No. 1, Canisteo, N. Y. 
Previere, Marjorie A. 354 W. Garrett St., Somerset, Pa. 
Propst, Glenn, Jr. Box 378, Homer City, Pa. 

Pruden, Alice A. P.O. Box 494, Dover, N. J. 

Pyne, Alvan W. 33 Harding Rd., Melrose, Mass. 

Pynn, William G. 

101 North Pembroke Rd., Concord, N. H. 



Peterson, Willard F. 
Phillips, E. Beverly 
Phillips, Ralph W. 
Phillips, Ronald R. 
Pierce, David R. 1 15 N. 
Plunkert, Ruthanna M. 
Poteet, Georqe H. 
Prentice, E. Lloyd 



Quanstrom, Roy F. 



Randoloh, Dayton M 
Ray, Allen G. 
Reed, Lillian M. 
Reed, Richard 
Reinhart, Dorothy E. 
Retter, Karl W. 
Rich, Albert 136 
Rich, Harry 
Rickert, Elsie L. 
Rickey, Howard L. 
Rigby, Audrey M. 



272 Bridge St., Gary, Ind. 



R.D. No. 2, Lisbon, Ohio 

Roaring Spring, Pa. 

626-95 St., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

68 Ferdinand St., Melrose, Mass. 

R. R. No. b, Woodstock, Ont. 

46 Grand St., South Portland, Me. 

Old Colony Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Carmichaels, Pa. 

426 Main St., Manchester, Conn. 

Chetek, Wis. 

Spartansburg, Pa. 



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Rigdon, John S. 1103 Madison Ave., Painesville, Ohio 
Riggleman, Gerald O. 

299 West Fifth St., Mansfield, Ohio 
Roberts, Dorothy L 439 E. 4th St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Roberts, Thelma G. 439 E. 4th St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Rogers, Charlotte 198 East North, llion, N. Y. 

Rogers, Herbert L. 198 East North, llion, N. Y. 

Rose, Abram L. 45 Hempstead Rd., Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Rose, Shirley J. 45 Hempstead Rd., Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Rosenberger, Eldon B. Main St., Chalfont, Pa. 

Rudolph, Wylie C. 176 Rockland St., Hingham, Mass. 
Rugg, Floyd W. Rte. No. 1, Grantsville, Md. 

Rundlett, Paul W. 24 Fowler St., Augusta, Me. 

Russell, Rose M. 1325 N. Hamlin Drive, Ashtabula, Ohio 



Sabean, John A. 25 Greenleaf St., Quincy, Mass. 

St. Pierre, Jeanne A. 3 Arnold Ave., Peabody, Mass. 
Sanchez, Arquimedes Box 59, Diablo, Canal Zone 

Sanford, Nancy E. Barnhart, Mo. 

Sassao, Susan H. Sapporo Hokkaido, Japan 

Scheer, Alberta G. R.D. No. 6, Mercer, Pa. 

Schlosser, Floyd W. 840 So. Linden Ave., Alliance, Ohio 
Schlosser, Jane C. 68 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Schweickert, Theresa E. 

Box 198 Webster Park, Spring Valley, III. 
Scott, John D. 41 California Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

Sever, Raymond J. 42 W. 26 St., Hialeah, Fla. 

Sever, William W. 42 W. 26 St., Hialeah, Fla. 

Shankle, Vernon E. 122 Davis Ave., Brookline, Mass. 
Shellito, A. Lucille 51 Odell St., Union City, Pa. 

Shene, Dorothy E. 

127 N. Catherine St., Plattsburg, N. Y. 
Shene, Malcolm H. Vermontville, N. J. 

Sherman, John K. 10 North 32 St., Fulton, N. Y. 

Shields, Betty J. R.D. No. 6 Ardara Rd., Irwin, Pa. 

Shield, Josephine E. 315 Penn Ave., Oxford, Pa. 

Shinault, D. Janet 35148 Sheffield-Wayne, Michigan 
Shoff, Alice J. R.D. No. 4, Salem, Ohio 

Sipes, John A. 25 So. Elm Ave., Aldan, Pa. 

Skidmore, L. Thomas 

951 Ambrose Ave., East Liverpool, Ohio 
Skillings, Nola M. Steep Falls, Me. 

Sloan, William G. 36 Pond St., So. Weymouth, Mass. 
Smith, Barbara E. 40 Meriam St., Lexington, Mass. 

Smith, Carroll D. East Corinth, Me. 

Smith, Cynthia A. 15 Reed Ave., Westwood, Mass. 

Smith, Faith A. 329 S. Central Ave., Canonsburg, Pa. 
Smith, G. Evangeline 

816 Maple Ave., NW, New Philadelphia, Ohio 
Smith, Gene C. Route 3, Cumberland, Md. 

Smith, M. Catherine 

2135 Harman Ave., Baltimore 30, Md. 
Smith, Pauline M. 

816 Maple Ave., NW, New Philadelphia, Ohio 
Smith, Robert C. 75 Glendale St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Smith, Robert K. Box 15, Orbisonia, Pa. 

Smith, Sterling I. Star Route, Newoort, Me. 

Smith, V. Ruth Box 161, Eliot, Me. 

Sowers, Doris E. R.D. No. 2, Telford, Pa. 

Spaite, Georgianna Box 255 East Palestine, Ohio 

Speakrnan, E. Wayne 755 N. 15 St., Sebring, Ohio 

Stahl, R. Donald 428V 2 N. Fulton, Allentown, Pa. 

Stanford, Beulah M. Box 69, Trenton, N. S., Can. 

Starnes, Thomas C. Bethel, Del. 

Steeves, Pearl C. 39 Rawson Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Stiles, Gloria R. Mylo Park, Ebensburg, Pa. 

Stinson, Wesley W. 65 First Parish Rd., Scituate, Mass. 
Stover, Glen E. 3410 Hudson Dr., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Stover, Wanita H. 

3410 Hudson Dr., Cuvahoaa Falls, Ohio 
Stratton, Joan M. 44 Garden St., Manchester, Conn. 
Strotman, Juanita P. 27 Melvin Ave., Bradford, Pa. 



Studley, Mary F. 25 Maverick St., Rockland, Me. 
Sullivan, Robert E. 

1941 S. Auburn Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Summers, William C. Box 375, Jerome, Pa. 

Sumner, Harold R. Box 385, Oxford, Pa. 

Sunberg, Donald L. 514 W. Penn St., Butler, Pa. 

Sunberg, William J. 514 W. Penn St., Butler, Pa. 

Sweigart, Clarence E. R.D. No. 2, Ephrata, Pa. 



New Cumberland, W. Va. 

Springhill, N. S. Can. 

Mercer, Me. 

569 Schiller, Akron, Ohio 



Talbot, George W. 
Tattrie, Howard 
Taylor, B. Owen, Jr. 
Taylor, M. Jean 
Taylor, Webster J., Jr. 

31 Fairview Ave., Westminster, Md. 
Thatcher, Robert H. 8708 R. I. Ave., College Park, Md. 
Thomas, June 9 Lapham St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Thorpe, Ray E. M. C. 52, Warren, Ohio 

Tikasingh, Ancel J. 

45 Panco Lane, San Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. 
Tikasingh, Elisha S. 

45 Panco Lane, San Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. 
Towle, Lee R. Pittsburg, N. H. 

Travis, Clara P. 3 Creek Ave., Darby, Pa. 

Trout, F. Duane 294 Norton Ave., Barberton, Ohio 

Trout, Waveline 294 Norton Ave., Barberton, Ohio 

Truitt, Shirley A. Salisbury, Md. 

Twining, L. Emerson 14 Madison Ave., Ravenna, N. Y. 



Vanderhoff, Marlene A. 

19 Roosevelt Ave., Butler, N. J. 

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Wade, Shirley R. 1 Essex St., Wakefield, Mass. 

Wagner, Charlotte A. East Wilton, Me. 

Wagner, John E., Jr. Route 4, Westminister, Md. 

Wagner, Norma F. East Wilton, Me. 

Waqstaff, Gilda C. 423 S. 7. St., Cambridge, Ohio 

Wakefield, Albert C. 24 Kenwood Ave., Saugus, Mass. 
Wakefield, Charles W. 

24 Kenwood Ave., Saugus, Mass. 
Walters, Robert V. Box 70, Leavittsburq, Ohio 

Wanner, L. Dale 116 N. Main St., Spring City, Pa. 

Wanner, Robert I. 116 N. Main St., Spring City, Pa. 
Watts, V. Herbert 2306 Will St., Ashtabula, Ohio 

Waugh, Galen C. 109 N. Middle St., Skowhegan, Me. 
Weimer, Martha M. ' 

Henn-Hyde Rd., Rt. No. 5, Box 178, Warren, Ohio 
Weischedel, Gail M. 

Glen Riddle Road, R.D. No. 2, Media, Pa. 
Wells, Franklin E. 516 Fremont St., Fulton, N. Y. 

Wenger, Fred G. 

3131 N. Stillman St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
West, Harry E. Rt. No. 2 Box 192, Springfield, Vt. 

West, William C. 805 Ossington Ave., Toronto, Can. 
Wetmore, A. Gordon 8 Hallan St., Toronto, Can. 

W^tmore, Jerome Oxford, Hotel, Denver, Col. 

White, Donald H. 

14002 Strathmore Ave., E. Cleveland 12, Ohio 
White. Herbert M. 17 Larke Ave, Saugus, Mass. 

Whitehorn, Mildred G. 136 Pearl St., Melrose, Mass. 
Whitney, May R.F.D. No. 3, Portland, Me., c/o R. Hill 
Williams, Charles J. 56 Fremont St., Jersey City, N. J. 
Williams, Floe M. 2962 Trenton Rd., Akron, Ohio 

Williamson, Joseph C. 

204 W. 68 Terrace, Kansas City, Mo. 
Williamson, Loretta R. Box 22, Brandy Camp, Pa. 

Willwerth, Charles I. 15 Berkmans St., Worcester, Mass. 
Willwerth, Edwin M. 22 Talbot St., Maiden Mass. 

Willwerth, Lillian 15 Berkmans St., Worcester, Mass. 



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Wilson, Donald R. 
Withrow, Nancy L. 3 
Wood, Courtland S. 
Woodbridge. Walter R. 
Woodward, M. Priscilla 
201 N 
Wooster, Tyler S. 
Wright, D. Richard 626 
Wright, Dona J. 
Wycoff, Beatrice 3034 
Wyman, Joan B. 143 



24 Carlson St., Quincy, Mass. 

12 N. Hackley St., Muncie, Ind. 

R.F.D. No. 1, Plattsburg, N. Y. 

Rt. No. 2, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

. Warren Ave., Columbus, Ohio 

72 Stanley St., Lowell, Mass. 

E. Tusc. Ave., Barberton, Ohio 

16-19 St., Barberton, Ohio 

Merwyn Ave., Pittsburgh 4, Pa. 

Ocean St., South Portland, Me. 



Yeager, William C. 343 Rosebank Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
Yensco, Jean A. Box 1441, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Yoder, C. Marie 
Young, Charles E. 
Young, Donald L. 
Young, Gordon 
Young, Harold E. 
Young, James R. 
Young, Margaret 
Young, Roger 



Zeigler, Gladys 
Zeigler, Paul C. 



345 Bickley Rd., Glenside, Pa. 

29 Reba Ave., Mansfield, Ohio 

58 Cheriton Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

58 Cheriton Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

2607 N. 19 St., St. Louis, Mo. 

29 Reba Ave., Mansfield, Ohio 

127 Dorchester St., Squantum, Mass. 

58 Cheriton Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



Collegeville, Pa. 
527 Chestnut St., Lansdale, Pa. 



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Basham, Robert 
Cerny, Donald F. 
Dawe, Nellie 
Eby, Mildred H. 
Everton, Adelard P. 
Fabian, Warren L. 
Gainer, James H. 
Goodnow, Margaret 
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Lockwood, Nancy 
Macia, Charles M. 
Nelson, Keith. L 



Hollywood, Md. 

Lucerne Mines, Pa. 

22 Cedar Ave., Arlington, Mass. 

2830 N.W. 19 Ave., Miami, Fla. 

High St., Plainville, Mass. 

1 1 Meredith Circle, Milton, Mass. 

642 Wall St., Akron, Ohio 

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Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

15 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 

143 Federal St., St. Albans, Vt. 

1020-7th St., So. Fargo, N. Dak. 



Parks, Sylvia R.D. No. 2, Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Pearce, Carlton 39 Rawson Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Pritt, Ralph 423 So. 7th St., Cambridge, Ohio 

Reeves, Henry 829 Wall St., Akron, Ohio 

Romberger, George Main St., Hegins, Pa. 

Roberts, Fred H. 14 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Simpson, Earl A. 217 Macaulay,.E. Hamilton, Ont. 

Stein, Luine R.D. No. 1, Box 88, Atmore, Ala. 

Stetson, Harvey 26 E. 6th St., Hamilton, Ont. 

Ward, Carolyn 223 Winthrop St., Houghs Neck, Mass. 
Williams, Roy R.D. No. 2, Box 89A Arlington, Texas 
Young, Winifred 127 Dorchester St., Quincy, Mass. 



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Barton, June 
Cassick, Wilbur T. 
Evans, John C. 
Ewart, Herbert N. 
Fair, Loris W. 
Ford, Erwin H. 
Knight, Fannie B. 
Kuhn, John 
MacMillan, Lome 

R.R. No. 
Mallon, Edith 19 
Miller, Lyle 



Rt. No. 2, Albion, Pa. 

359 Bilmont Ave., Kenmore, N. Y. 

Rawlings, Md. 

48 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Winfield, Pa. 

417 Walnut St., Elmira, N. Y. 

Rt. No. 1, Bethel, Me. 

Rt. No. 1, Scottsdale, Pa. 

8, Bloomington, Ind., c/o J. Reeves 

Fourth Ave., Ottawa, 1, Ont. Can. 

27 Grant St., Union City, Pa. 



Olsen, Frank M. 72 Hodgkin St., Quincy, Mass. 

Olson, Dillard 738 Grant St., Missoula, Mont. 

Pillsbury, George T. R.F.D. No. 2, Farmington, Me. 

Pitt, Mary E. 

West Clarkstown Rd., Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Randall, Frank E. 1041 Newton Ave., Erie, Pa. 

Shaw, Floyd W. Altona, N. Y. 

Smith, Alan D. Rt. No. 3, Box 383, Cumberland, Md. 
Steeves, Ronald C. Toronto 9, Can. 

Taylor, C. Raymond 569 Schiller Ave., Akron, Ohio 
Wirth, Ronald J. Hurley, N. Y. 



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